Tickets available to get behind the Dons tonight
The Dons will be aiming for their first home victory of 2014/15 when they host League 2 leaders Burton Albion tonight and tickets are still available for this match.
Matt Tubbs (pictured receiving congratulations from Sean Rigg after his goal against Hartlepool) has scored in all three home league matches so far this season and he will be aiming to maintain his prolific record tonight.
Below is a summary of ticket details and other arrangements for tonight:
. These will be available to collect from the booth in Jack Goodchild Way. Tickets will be available on the night for this game.Burton TicketsWe currently have tickets available for all areas. Due to returns, a limited amount of tickets are still available in the Paul Strank Stand. We also have availability for home fans to sit in the Nongshim Stand, along with terrace tickets for the Chemflow End and Your Golf Travel section. Fans can purchase advance tickets online up until 2.00 pm this afternoon by clicking on
The bars will be open from 5.00 pm tonight with a wide selection of drinks available. London Pride and Upham Punter ales will be served in the main bar, along with Hogs Back Hop Garden Gold in the back bar. Television screens in the bars will be showing live coverage of the Champions League match between Borussia Dortmund and Arsenal on Sky Sports. Burton Albion supporters will be welcomed into the bar areas.
Man of the Match presentation
This will be made shortly after the match in the middle bar with Commercial Director Ivor Heller interviewing a player or two.
Packed with news, interviews and features, the Burton matchday programme can be purchased at the usual price of £3 for 68 pages. The subject of our first player interview in the programme this season is goalkeeper James Shea, who reflects on an eventful 12 months for him after being released by Arsenal and getting to training on a scooter! Chief Executive Erik Samuelson provides more information on lifelong supporter Mike Richardson’s generous summer donation to the transfer fund and WDON’s Rob Cornell offers up another interesting behind-the-scenes blog.