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RUFC - Head-to-Head v Peterborough

Rotherham United played Peterborough last at the beginning of the season at Millmoor and beat them 3-1 with two goals from Derek Holmes and one from Chris O'Grady in the first thirty-five minutes of the game with McLean getting a consolation for the Posh.

The Millers have played Peterborough twenty-seven times in the league and twice in the FA Cup with Posh winning both those games.

League
Posh wins....6
Millers wins.10
Drawn Games..11

League Results

ENGLISH DIVISION FOUR
1973/74
Peterborough 2 0 Rotherham
Rotherham 3 1 Peterborough
1988/89
Peterborough 0 3 Rotherham
Rotherham 1 Peterborough
ENGLISH DIVISION THREE (OLD)
1975/76
Peterborough 1 3 Rotherham
Rotherham 1 1 Peterborough
1976/77
Peterborough 0 2 Rotherham
Rotherham 0 0 Peterborough
1977/78
Rotherham 0 1 Peterborough
Peterborough 1 0 Rotherham
1978/79
Peterborough 1 1 Rotherham
Rotherham 1 1 Peterborough
FOOTBALL LEAGUE ONE
1994/95
Peterborough 2 2 Rotherham
Rotherham 0 0 Peterborough
1995/96
Rotherham 5 1 Peterborough
Peterborough 1 0 Rotherham
1996/97
Rotherham 2 0 Peterborough
Peterborough 6 2 Rotherham
2000/01
Rotherham 3 0 Peterborough
Peterborough 0 0 Rotherham
FOOTBALL LEAGUE TWO
1997/98
Rotherham 2 2 Peterborough
Peterborough 1 0 Rotherham
1998/99
Peterborough 2 4 Rotherham
Rotherham 2 2 Peterborough
1999/2000
Peterborough 0 5 Rotherham
Rotherham 1 1 Peterborough
2007/08
Rotherham 3 1 Peterborough

Cup Results
ENGLISH FA CUP
1969/70
Rotherham 0 1 Peterborough
2006/07
Peterborough 3 0 Rotherham

There have been some high scoring games between these two teams in the past and I think most of us will remember the Boxing Day game which Ronnie Moore tried to get postponed as most of our team were suffering from flu. The FA said it had to go ahead and goals from Danny Hudson, Paul Warne (2), Steve Thompson and Leo Fortune-West gave the Millers a 5-0 win in front of 10,793 people.

Here`s hoping we can get a good result on Tuesday and carry on our good run.







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