Two sides who've had very contrasting fortunes meet in the EFL Championship this weekend as Rotherham United face Ipswich Town.
Rotherham United currently sit 23rd in the EFL Championship with one win, three draws and seven losses from eleven games so far this season.
It's been a pretty disappointing first couple of months in the Championship for a Rotherham side that are almost perpetual strugglers whenever they find themselves plying they trade in this division.
They're coming into this game in typically poor form having failed to win any of their last six games, drawing two and losing four of them.
Their most recent encounter did, however, see them claim their most positive result in this barren period as they claimed a point in a 1-1 draw away at Southampton.
Rotherham's away form has been particularly problematic since their return to the Championship so to claim a point away at an in form side fresh off a relegation from the Premier League was a real feather in their cap.
Rotherham's home form was essentially what kept them in the division last season and while it's been better than their away form this time around it still hasn't been anywhere near good enough as they come into this one having won just one of their last five games on home soil.
This will be one of Rotherham's toughest games yet this season and they'll do well to avoid defeat.
Ipswich Town currently sit 2nd in the EFL Championship with nine wins, one draw and one loss from eleven games so far this season.
The Tractor Boys have been on cloud nine for the majority of the campaign so far having taken to life in the Championship with absolute ease.
They're coming into this one amidst a typically excellent run of form having won four and drawn one of their last five games, the most recent of which was a comfortable 4-2 win over Preston North End courtesy of goals from Conor Chaplin, Brandon Williams, Nathan Broadhead and Kayden Jackson.
The win was Ipswich's second on the bounce and they can enter this game confident in their capabilities away from home having won four and drawn one of their last five games on the road.
It's hard to summarise just how impressive Ipswich have been upon returning to the Championship and while there are question marks over whether or not they can sustain this they're going to go into most of their games in the next few weeks as clear favourites.
For our Rotherham vs. Ipswich prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the away side.