AFC Wimbledon face the biggest game in the club's short history

The FA Cup is all about daring to dream. And AFC Wimbledon fans seem to be getting what they wish for. A home tie against Liverpool but more importantly a healthy club that's heading in the right direction.

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Yes they've reached the third round for the first time since they were resurrected by their fans in 2002. And yes they'll welcome the TV money that comes with being screened live.

Adebayo Azeez, AFC Wimbledon Credit: PA

But their priority is making sure the club can continue to grow and even possibly move back to a site near their old home on Plough Lane.

They've submitted proposals for an 11,000 seat stadium at the site of the Wimbledon Greyhound racetrack. If things go their way they could be playing there in 2017 with a view to eventually enlarging the ground further.

George Francomb, AFC Wimbledon Credit: PA

Not bad for a club that had to start its life in the lowest reaches of English non-league.

It would be some tale if AFC Wimbledon were to knock out Liverpool tonight. But whatever happens in the cup their story already takes some beating.