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29 January 2016

Big crowd expected, YGT terrace available

Neal Ardley’s men will be looking to extend their unbeaten run to seven games when we play Yeovil Town tomorrow, but you need to act fast if you want to see the in-form Dons.

The manager is expecting a tough game against a side fighting for League Two survival, while Wimbledon look to maintain their push for a play-off place.

Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match arrangements:


  can be purchased until 11.00 am tomorrow morning and collected from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way pre-match.ticketsThe John Green Stand, Paul Strank Stand and Chemflow End are currently sold out although there may be a few returns for the two seated stands. Terrace tickets are still available for the Your Golf Travel terrace both online and to purchase on the day of the game. Online  


A mix of interviews, features and behind-the-scenes articles are included in tomorrow’s match day programme. We relive the non-league rivalry between the Dons and the Glovers, we talk with captain Barry Fuller who is convinced he has a few more years in him yet, we talk to no-nonsence former Dons midfielder Selwyn Rice and there’s a feature on why this season’s FA Youth Cup runs means so much to the Academy. The programme is priced at the usual price of £3.


These will be open from 12 noon tomorrow before the Yeovil game and Yeovil fans will be welcome in the bars with a fine selection of drinks available. Plough Lane Ale will be available in both bars and Hogs Back TEA in the back bar. Hot Cider is doing well in this cold weather as a winter warmer.

Colchester versus Tottenham will be shown on the TV screens from 12.45 pm with the early evening match between Liverpool and West Ham (5.30pm) also on after the Yeovil game.


We will also be selling terrace tickets for the Bristol Rovers, Chelsea and Luton games before the match against Yeovil tomorrow (from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way).

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