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Nottingham Forest v Rotherham: The Stats

Rotherham head Nottingham Forest on Saturday hoping to end a 59-year winless streak against the Reds.

The Millers have not beaten Forest since 1956 – a 2-1 success at Millmoor – and you have to go back an extra year for the last and only time they tasted victory at the City Ground.

It means the Millers harbour a dreadful record against Forest, with just seven wins, 10 draws and 21 defeats in all competitions.

In recent seasons, though, they have been a bit better against the Reds, with nine of the last 12 encounters ending in a draw.

They did slip to a defeat in Nottingham last season, however, as two goals in two first-half minutes earned Forest a 2-0 win, despite an encouraging away performance.

One side will register their first point of the campaign on Saturday as both sides lost on the opening weekend.

Forest opened the Sky Bet Championship season with a 1-0 defeat at Brighton last Friday, while the Millers sunk to a disappointing 4-1 home loss to MK Dons.

The Millers, who scored only 15 goals on their travels last season, have a mixed record in their opening away games over the last 30 years.

They last won their first game on the road in 2011/12 – a 4-1 success at Plymouth – and that was one of nine success, with nine draws and 12 defeats.

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