Will this finally be the year classic yo-yo club Rotherham United survive in the second-tier.
The Millers have changed division in each of the last six seasons, bouncing between the Championship and League One.
But, given that Paul Warne’s team are unbeaten four matches into this campaign, there are signs this streak could finally end.
In fairness, three of Rotherham’s four matches have produced draws, including last weekend’s 1-1 with QPR.
Chiedozie Ogbene opening the scoring at Loftus Road.
Then, in mid-week, they took on League Two Morecambe in the Carabao Cup second round.
However, it didn’t got to plan with the Shrimps leaving Yorkshire 1-0 winners.
Back in the league, will the Millers’ unbeaten start continue?
Birmingham City meantime are just one point below their hosts having played a game more.
The Blues though are winless in three games, beaten 1-0 by Wigan at St Andrew’s last weekend.
So, a home win could be on the cards at the New York Stadium.