The programme is once again a 76-page issue this season, containing plenty of reading to keep fans entertained and informed before, during and after the match.
We start with a front cover image of defender Ryan Delaney, who has been a valuable addition to the squad since he arrived from Burton Albion in January.
There is a centre spread poster of Ryan for our younger supporters to collect, as well as a look at how his personal likes compare to those of another Dale defender from the 1990s in our ‘Decades Apart’ feature.
In our comprehensive visitors’ section, contributors Steve Ashworth, David Chaffey and Dean Smith each bring us a different aspect of Charlton’s current form and news, which is in addition to the usual statistical round-up of the teams’ meetings down the years.
John Rowe gives us his personal highs and lows of the season, while in ‘Across The Water’, Irish-based Dale fan Brian Quigley looks at football team names and why he blames Charlton for Manchester United’s success.
‘Kit Cupboard’ reflects on what was being worn in League One in 2014/15 and our usual quiz and puzzle pages, that can be attempted by supporters of both clubs, appear once more.
Regular historical features – ‘On This Day’ and ‘Through The Years’ – continue to look at games and events from Dale’s past and Keith Hicks brings us all the latest news from the Dale in the Community Sports Trust.
Action photos appear from the games against Bury, Portsmouth and Wigan, while Traveller’s Tales reports on the trips to Bury and Peterborough.
Visitors Charlton Athletic get nine pages of coverage, which includes a quiz-based article on a previous meeting between the clubs.
All this and much, much more will be in Saturday’s The Voice of Spotland, on sale in the Club Shop and around the ground, priced £3.00.