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Form in Five: Rotherham United

5:00 pm Friday, 29 December 2017
Ahead of Saturday afternoon's year-ending Sky Bet League One clash between Walsall and Rotherham United, we take a brief look at the Millers' form heading into the fixture.
Ahead of Saturday afternoon's year-ending Sky Bet League One clash between Walsall and Rotherham United, we take a brief look at the Millers' form heading into the fixture.

1. Undefeated Streak
Rotherham will arrive at the Banks's Stadium in fine form having won three of their last four league games (D1). They haven't lost since their slipped to defeat against Bristol Rovers on 2nd December, the match ending 2-1 to the Pirates.

2. Recent Struggles
Before they returned to form in early December the Millers were winless in seven league games. Their only bright spot coming in the form of an EFL Trophy group game victory over Bradford City, which they won by three goals to nil. There was no such luck in the Emirates FA Cup as they exited the competition at the First Round stage with a defeat to Crewe Alexandra.

3. Goal(s) in Every Game
Rotherham are yet to play out a goalless draw in League One so far this season. There has been at least one goal in all of the Millers' twenty-four league games heading into Saturday's clash with the Saddlers. Of the three score draws the Millers have been involved in so far this season, two have been away from home.

4. Moore Goals to Come
On-loan Ipswich Town striker Kieffer Moore has bagged thirteen goals so far this season. Despite not scoring in his last four outings, the 25-year-old could be the one to watch as the Millers look to move into the Play-Off places with victory on Saturday afternoon.

5. A Chance to Do the Double
Rotherham will have the chance to do the double over the Saddlers this weekend. The Millers ran out comfortable 5-1 winners earlier this season as goals from Lee Frecklington (3) and Jon Taylor (2) saw them secure all three points. Amadou Bakayoko scored a consolation goal for the Saddlers.


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