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The Millers go into Saturday's game against Leyton Orient looking to extend their unbeaten run in League One to five games.
Rotherham end January without a single defeat, and with the likes of Alex Revell and Kieran Agard up-front, it's not hard to see why.
The pair have both managed three goals each in the Millers' superb run, both bagging a brace in recent games against Crawley Town and Tranmere Rovers.
Rotherham have scored at least two goals in their last four league matches, with a bet on over 2.5 goals in the game seeing odds of 4/5.
The Milers have the second best away form in Sky Bet League One, but have struggled at the New York Stadium, winning only four games on their own soil this season.
That said, their recent run will give some momentum to the home side. Rotherham to be winning at half time and full time gives excellent odds of 11/4.
Leyton Orient have a similar record to Rotherham when it comes to finding the back of the net, meaning 8/13 on both teams scoring could be good value.
Russell Slade's men have won all four of their games in January, and continue to sit pretty at the top end of the league. Kevin Lisbie's solitary strike separated the two teams in the reverse fixture in October. They are 7/4 for an away win.
The visitors also have the best record against teams in the top half of the division, losing just two games against the top 12 all season.
Goals for the London based side come in the shape of star striker David Mooney. The Irishman has already found the net 16 times, including the clinching strike against Coventry on Tuesday night.
The Millers can never be accused of giving up this season. They have amassed 17 points from losing positions over the course of the campaign, the second best record in the league.
The Millers are 28/1 to be losing at half time and winning at full time, which is not the most unlikely of outcomes.
There has been 20 goals in the Millers last four home games, including a thrilling 3-3 draw against Wolves back in December. A repeat of that score-line is priced at a tempting 50-1.
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