For those fans making the long trip to Plymouth tonight, we've put together a matchday guide ahead of the game.
Wimbledon supporters can pay on the night at the following prices (£2 more expensive than purchased in advance):
Adults - £27
Over 65s - £22
Under-23s - £17
Under-18s - £12
Under-12s - £9
Under-8s - £6
Tickets will be available from 5.45pm at the Barn Park End turnstiles (cash and card accepted). ID will be required for concession tickets. Please note that Plymouth operate a turnstile entry system using tickets with barcodes, so it may affect entry your ticket is marked or tampered with.
Away seating is in the Barn Park end, where our fans will have access to kiosks offering hot and cold food, as well as alcoholic drinks and soft drinks. There are television screens in the away concourse showing other football fixtures before kick-off.
Please note that tickets purchased before the initial match was postponed will still be valid for tonight's fixture.
If you have tickets for collection these will be made available from the Barn Park turnstiles - B 20 to 25. The turnstiles will open at 5.45pm tonight.
Refreshment kiosks and facilites
Concession kiosks will be open serving a range of food and beverages. There will be a discount of 25 per cent on all products purchased inside the stadium between 5.45 pm and 6.30 pm.
Ambulant Disabled & Wheelchair fans
For supporters with sight disability, Plymouth offer the 'Soccer sight service'. Handsets need to be pre-booked by contacting Plymouth's Disability Liaison Officer. To book a handset or for any other queries, e-mail Nikki Francis on email@example.com or 01752 562561 (ext 152).
There is a limited amount of free parking within the Outland Road car park, adjacent to Home Park, but this gets very busy on matchdays. There are designated disabled spaces within this area for Blue badge holders, but they are limited and on a first come, first served basis. There is street parking around Home Park, but Plymouth advise us that some are permit parking only, so do your checks beforehand. Please also be aware that there are restrictions within the Life Centre Car Park. This facility near Home Park is for the patrons of the Life Centre.
If arriving by road, from the east, take the A38 to Plymouth and exit at Manadon roundabout signposted “Plymouth Argyle and Ferry Port” and A386. Take the second exit at the roundabout, following the direction of the flyover, to the left. Travel a mile on this road, and Home Park will appear on your left.
If coming from the west, head towards Plymouth on the A38, and take the junction indicated above, but take the fifth exit, to the right. For Sat Nav purposes, the postcode of the ground is PL2 3DQ.
If arriving by train, you have a 15-20 minute (uphill) walk through Central park to reach the ground. Alternatively you can get to the ground in five minutes by booking a taxi. Taxis are available from outside the entrance to the station.
Dons fans with young children are welcome to enjoy the free Family Zone located outside the Devonport End, which offers many activities such as a 3 v 3 football pitch, archery, tennis, golf putting and many more activities.
Plymouth produce a matchday programme, which is available to purchase from the Club Superstore, and from programme sellers around the ground before kick-off.