We have a very special version of the matchday programme on sale this weekend, with the fixture marking our remembrance events, details of which can be found elsewhere on the website.
As part of this, the programme contains profiles of the 21 former registered players who lost their lives fighting in World War One, who feature on a new memorial at the ground.
As well as nine pages devoted to this content, we have all the usual interviews and features packed in, with the main interviewee Daniel Johnson.
DJ has proved a bargain buy for North End - for £50,000 in 2015 – and as he explained to The One And Only editor Dany Robson, he got to maintain his friendship with Callum Robinson.
The two were together at Aston Villa and striker Robinson joined PNE permanently in 2016 after two loan spells.
And the No.11 knows the spirit in the dressing room, and characters like Callum, have kept North End going through what was a tough start to the season.
“Callum is the liveliest person at the club, without a shadow of a doubt, that is fact, everyone will say that,” smiled the 26-year-old midfielder.
“He is up and bubbly every day and it’s good to have someone like that in the changing rooms as some days you come in, feel a bit tired, and you need someone to get you going.
“I have got to admit though, sometimes it can be annoying!
“I have been with Callum since we were both at Villa so I know exactly how to deal with him.
“He sits next to me in the changing rooms and we share a room on away trips, I can’t get away from him! Saying that, I don’t really want to as he keeps me going sometimes.
“We have a good changing room. Paul Gallagher is the funniest, he is so quick.
“I have been here a while and seen players come and go and one of the most influential players who I have been in the dressing room with who isn’t here now is Joe Garner.
“Me and Joe got on well on and off the pitch. We speak quite a bit now and it’s always good when we see each other.
“He was good in the dressing room and you knew, when it came to game day, he would fight for anything and give 100 per cent. For someone like that, I have a lot of time for.”
You can read a lot more from Daniel, plus interviews and features with Chris Sedgwick, Kelham O’Hanlon, Josh Earl, Paul Huntington, Lukas Nmecha and Tom Clarke.
The programme will be on sale from the club’s Sir Tom Finney Stand ticket office at Deepdale from Friday afternoon, for just £3 and then from inside and outside of the ground on matchday, with a very special wrap cover featuring 21 red poppies, to signify the 21 players who lost their lives in World War One.