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Match details for Orient

22 April 2016

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The Dons will tomorrow be aiming to cement a place in the play-off zone by making it five successive wins and a very limited number of tickets are still remaining.

Sammy Moore (pictured) is likely to make a return to the ground where he became a favourite during five successful years here with the midfielder now part of an Orient squad still hoping to finish in the top-seven themselves.

Below is a summary of ticket availability and other important information.

Tickets

  to book online. Advance tickets can be purchased up until 11.00 am tomorrow morning and collected pre-match from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way.Orient Tickets  All seats are sold out with tickets having been snapped up for The Paul Strank and John Green Stand. The Chemflow End is also sold out, but we do still have a very limited number of tickets available for the Your Golf Travel terrace (just £16 for adults, £10 concessions and £4 for Under-18s). Click on

PCUK Day

  .PCUKTomorrow is our annual fundraiser for Prostate Cancer UK and volunteers from the charity will be making bucket collections outside the ground. For more information about this vital cause, click on 

Bars

To celebrate St George’s Day, we will be serving Hogs Back Brewery’s England Glory in the back bar, along with Plough Lane Ale (PLA). The ales available in the middle bar will be PLA and Adnams Broadside. The back bar will close at 6.00 pm, but the middle bar will be open indefinitely. We will be pleased to welcome Leyton Orient supporters into the bar areas.

Programme

George Francomb earned praise from Neal Ardley for an excellent performance in central midfield after victory at Dagenham and the 24-year-old talks about progress made at the club since he first joined on 31 August 2012. Also in the programme is an interesting “played for both clubs” feature with Sammy Moore, Gary Alexander and Adam Barrett among those to have turned out for Wimbledon and Orient. Packed with news, interviews and match photographs, the programme is well worth a read at £3 for 68 pages.

Tickets for Stevenage

  for prices.Stevenage TicketsSupporters can buy tickets at tomorrow’s game for the away match at Stevenage. An impressive away campaign is rounded off at Stevenage on Saturday 30 April. Buy from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way pre-match and from the complimentary tickets window for a short time after the game. Advance tickets are available for £2 cheaper than on the day. Click on 

ST Returns

We would appreciate season ticket holders letting us know if they are not planning to attend tomorrow's match against Leyton Orient.

With only tickets left for the Your Golf Travel Stand as the Dons aim to consolidate a play-off spot, your help will allow us to make returns available to supporters by re-selling your seat or place in the terrace. There are just four home games remaining and we want to get as many supporters into the Cherry Records Stadium as possible to cheer us on during the run-in.

 Please e-mail info@afcwimbledon.co.ukif you are a season ticket holder not planning to attend.  

Wimbledon Foodbank collection

 for more information about items that you can donate for a great cause.  Collection DetailsThe AFC Wimbledon Foundation will once again be collecting items for the Wimbledon Foodbank at tomorrow’s game. The Wimbledon Foodbank supports those less fortunate in the local areas of Merton and Lambeth and supporters can donate items tomorrow. Click on 


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