AFC Wimbledon will tonight be aiming to upset the formbook against in-form Charlton Athletic – and your support can help Neal Ardley's men to three vital points.
Our manager yesterday called for Dons fans to create a cracking atmosphere under the lights in Wimbledon's final midweek home match of 2017/18. Show your support and get behind Wimbledon's push for League One survival. Come On You Dons!
The picture above shows Jon Meades celebrating with supporters after his winner against Oxford United last month.
Tonight's match is all-ticket and below is a summary of match arrangements ahead of the game.
Tickets booked before the initial game was postponed will still be valid. No tickets will available at the turnstiles on the night and those eligible for tickets must purchase before 2.00 pm today.
Tickets for home areas will only be sold to those supporters who are already registered on the CRM ticketing system and have previously purchased tickets from the club. Terrace tickets for the Chemflow End and the RyGas terrace are currently available via the online ticket shop.
The option to buy Charlton tickets online will only be visible if you fit the above criteria, but to see this fixture you must log-in to the ticketing system first.
ST holders and upgrades
If you want to upgrade your ticket for tonight's game, you must e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org before 5.00 pm.
We wish to remind ST holders that they must make sure they bring their booklets with them to gain entry to Jack Goodchild Way (where ticket checks will be taking place). We will not be issuing replacement tickets on the night. If you are coming straight from work and have forgotten your ST booklet, please e-mail the above address.
These will be open from 5.00 pm tonight with a wide range of drinks available. The drinks menu includes a cracking selection of ales, which includes those listed below.
Your Golf Travel Bar: Plough Lane Ale, Adnams Broadside, Wimbledon Windmill
Back Bar: Plough Lane Ale, Wimbledon Common, Wimbledon Windmill
Heineken, Fosters and Kronenberg will also be served in the bars.
Unfortunately, we are unable to welcome Charlton supporters into the bar areas.
Dons Trust kiosk
Dons Trust members and people interested in the work of the Trust are welcome to visit the Dons Trust kiosk before the match. You can ask board members Tim Hillyer and Charles Williams about the work of the board generally or their own specific roles. Tim is Chair of the Trust's operations committee and a member of the strategy & organisation committee. Charles, a co-opted board member, is a member of the engagement & communications committee. You can also join the Trust or renew your membership at the kiosk, sign up to the Dons Draw (our regular monthly lottery), or donate loose change.
Packed with features, interviews and news from around your club, tonight's edition is well worth getting your hands on (priced at just £3). Tom Soares is the subject of our main player interview and he talks about using his wealth of experience to help keep the Dons in League One. The midfielder once had a loan spell with tonight's opponents Charlton, where he played alongside new Wimbledon signing Lloyd Sam. Also included in tonight's programme is an interview with 18-year-old midfielder Anthony Hartigan after his nomination for the LFE League One Apprentice of the Year.
Tickets for away games
Supporters can buy tickets for the matches at Walsall and Wigan from the complimentary tickets window. You can buy before the match and for a short time afterwards.