As usual there's plenty in store for readers of the Palace Programme heading to today's game against Burnley, but there is also an added treat available for fans of our new collectible cards series!
Each week to celebrate the 90th anniversary of Selhurst Park we will give away four cards with each edition, and now you can purchase a limited-edition binder to store them in from the Palace club shop.
This will allow you to keep your collection of Palace legends and memorable images in pristine condition for years to come for just £5.00 - so don't forget to pick yours up!
As well as four more cards, there is plenty of content inside the Burnley edition of the programme, and who else should be on the cover than the Wilfried Zaha?
The winger returns to Selhurst Park today for his first home game back in an Eagles shirt, and he talks exclusively about the background of the move, those who influenced his decision, his goalscoring return against Newcastle United and much more.
As well as Wilf, this is also Neil Warnock's return to SE25 and he has penned his first manager's column of the season, plus chairman Steve Parish and skipper Mile Jedinak also reflect on a busy fortnight for the club.
Also Jason Puncheon gives his thoughts on the appointment of Warnock, Brede Hangeland describes his Perfect Player and our World War One series continues with a look back at some ex-Eagles who participated in the Great War.
With all the usual news, facts and stats about the two teams, plenty of contributions from former players, journalists and fans alike and a look back at yesteryear, the Palace Programme is a bargain at just £3.50!