The matchday programme is always the perfect read for a home game at Selhurst Park and this week is no exception for the visit of Newcastle United.
Before injury struck against West Ham United on Tuesday night, Bakary Sako had been one of the revelations of the campaign as he made the most of his opportunity of a place. In this edition he talks about the highs and lows of his season so far, as he hopes he has done enough to extend his stay in SE25.
The transfer window closed on Wednesday evening so we include a round up of the incomings during the window and that subject is also covered in Roy Hodgson and Steve Parish’s latest columns.
Captain Jason Puncheon updates us on how his road to recovery is going and gives his views on the last three Palace games since he last penned his exclusive notes for the programme. "1997/98" Revisited" reflects on a club record fee being paid for Valerien Ismael.
There is everything you need to know about our opponents this weekend past and present in our in-depth visitors section, while, the postcard collection continues to bring back some memories of years past.
As well as all of this, there is the usual mix of news, views and stats from all areas of the club, making the Palace Programme a great matchday purchase.
Copies can be bought from the sellers around the ground or at the Club Store, but if you can't make it to Selhurst Park then find out how you can still get your copy from the comfort of your own home.