The latest edition of Nottingham Forest's official matchday programme will be on sale ahead of the clash with Derby County on Saturday lunchtime.
With the game taking place on Remembrance Weekend, the front cover has been specially designed to pay tribute to those who have lost their lives in conflict and, in addition, 50p from each programme sale will be donated straight to the Royal British Legion.
Saturday's edition of Forest Review, consisting of 84 pages and designed by Ignition Sports Media, includes the thoughts of Sabri Lamouchi and Michael Dawson ahead of the big East Midlands derby while there is a feature interview with Ryan Yates following his successful return from injury.
David Marples, Chris Burton and Matt Appleby have penned their columns as they look forward to the derby while the Derby Telegraph's Steve Nicholson gives the low-down on the visitors from along the A52.
There's the story of two Forest fans who have climbed Mount Kilimanjaro to support the Community Trust's 'Tricky to Talk' programme and Steve Corry tells the tale of five overseas Reds who are travelling over for the East Midlands derby.
All of this, and much more, is available for just £3 and programme sellers will be based around the ground before the game. Programmes will also be on sale in the club shop and in the city-centre store in the Nottingham Tourism Centre.