Dons supporters will be able to keep in touch with the action from Plough Lane today by using the BBC red button, via the channel’s iPlayer service (from 1.30 pm).
Please note, as Wimbledon’s FA Cup tie versus Crawley has been selected for BBC broadcast coverage, it will not be available to stream via iFollow, or any other of the club's online channels. Only Emirates FA Cup Second Round fixtures not selected for coverage on BBC or BT Sport platforms will be streamed on the EFL’s iFollow streaming service.
Our commentators Mikey T and Rob Cornell will be reporting live from Plough Lane, and iFollow subscribers can listen to full coverage. Audio match passes will be available on iFollow. Our preview show starts at 12.45 pm today on our official Facebook channel.
It might still be some weeks before we are able to welcome fans back to Plough Lane (subject to test events and government restrictions in the New Year), but we are glad to confirm that our deal with MyApplause will continue throughout December to bring our fans’ voices inside the stadium. The app can be downloaded on either Apple or Android devices - search for MyApplause. Once downloaded, just look for the special AFC Wimbledon event and see which of your favourite terrace chants are included. The more fans click on the buttons to cheer, sing or applaud, the louder the atmosphere will get inside the stadium.
“We were really grateful to be able to hear the fans for our first game back against Doncaster and we’re delighted to have your virtual support,” said Glyn Hodges. "It’s awful being in a quiet stadium, so we are looking forward again to seeing how loud your engagement can make it.”