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#POTTERSMAG is the only pre-match read that you need prior to kick-off at the Britannia Stadium.

This weekend, ahead of tomorrow's Premier League encounter against West Ham United, the Club's media team have been working hard putting together another excellent matchday publication.

The 100-page, perfect bound, programme is once again packed full of exclusive interviews with your favourite Stoke City stars.

Matthew Etherington features as the cover star, whereby he clarifies the situation regarding his future plans, speaks of his hopes of forcing his way back into the first team fold following injury and talks looks forward to the game against his former side.

January acquisition Peter Odemwingie answers questions submitted by you, the supporters, in our hugely popular #SociallySpeaking feature, whilst Steven Nzonzi talks about his place of birth in Hometown Glory.

As well as that, we also have the thoughts of both Mark Hughes and skipper Ryan Shawcross as the Potters look to build upon the four points they have collected from the previous two games against Arsenal and Norwich City.

If that isn't enough, then BBC Radio Stoke and Stoke City Player commentator Nigel Johnson sits down with Chairman Peter Coates and Dave Coxon's 'Out and About' feature sees him reminiscing with England's World Cup Final hat-trick hero Sir Geoff Hurst, whose playing career included both the Potters and Hammers.

We also have all of the usual features inside including Mickey Thomas' column, Academy Director Dave Wright's notes, and the Junior Potters pages for our younger group of fans at the game.

Sam Allardyce and his squad are profiled in full too, so make sure you don't miss out on a copy of the publication, which is available from inside the Britannia Stadium Superstore and from the designated sellers situated around the stadium.

Priced at just £3.50, it's a matchday companion that you simply shouldn't be without!

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