There have been 20 league games in the last 11 months at Ewood Park and Rovers haven't lost a single one of them.
That record is great at any level, with Rovers last coming unstuck at our home against AFC Wimbledon in September 2017.
But despite the step up a division, frontman Danny Graham wants that fine form on home turf to continue throughout the 2018-19 campaign, starting with Millwall's visit on Saturday.
Graham hit the majority of his 17 strikes in all competitions at Ewood last season, and another one or two would make it the perfect present for the forward, who turns 33 on Sunday.
He comes into the game in good form, and is already off the mark this term after scoring our first goal of 2018-19 in last week's 2-2 draw at Ipswich Town.
“The better performances will come through match fitness and getting used to the Championship. We proved with our team and squad that we’re capable of doing well in this division," Danny said to iFollow Rovers when looking back at that entertaining clash at Portman Road.
“Looking ahead, Millwall will be a tough game. They’re a tough, physical team and I’m the gaffer has gone through the plan with us regarding them this week in training.
“It’ll be nice to get back to Ewood and hopefully we’ll have a big following backing us on the day. If we get the three points then we’ll look back on a very good start from the first two games. Let's hope that's the case come 5pm on Saturday."
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