Rotherham’s 2-1 loss at Peterborough on Saturday extended their miserable record on the road, equalling a post-war club-record 27 league games without an away win.
That was last done in the 1977-78/78-79 seasons under Jimmy McGuigan and will be surpassed if the Millers fail to win at Portsmouth on September 3.
Here’s a look at that run of 27 games in numbers.
3 – The number of seasons the run has gone across, taking in the last two games of 2015-16, all of 2016-17 and the opening two trips in 2017-18.
3 – The number of points picked up during the 27 games, with draws at Wolves in 2015-16 and Ipswich and Preston last season, compared to 12 in the late 70s run.
4 – The number of managers who have been at the helm during the run as Neil Warnock, Alan Stubbs, Kenny Jackett and Paul Warne have all been in charge.
Rotherham's defeat yesterday means they have equalled a club-record 27 league away games without a win. Last done in 77-78/78-79. #rufc
— Jonathan Veal (@jonathandveal83) August 20, 2017
5 – The number of times the Millers have scored more than one goal.
8 – The number of times the Millers have conceded four or more goals.
9 – The number of penalties conceded.
18 – The number of goals conceded in the last 15 minutes of games, equating to six points dropped.
19 – The number of times Rotherham have found the back of the net.
24 – The number of defeats suffered.
73 – The number of goals conceded, averaging at 2.7 per game.
498 – The number of days between their last away win at MK Dons in April 2016 and equalling the 27-game drought at Peterborough.