Struggling with your Soccer Saturday Super 6 predictions? Do not fear, Jeff Stelling is here with his stat pack for the start of the Sky Bet Football League campaign.
Opta stats suggest: The Rams have gone five games unbeaten on the opening day of the season, winning three, while the Millers won just five games all season last time they were in the second tier, finishing bottom with 29 points.
Odds suggest: Derby 2 Rotherham 0 - 6/1 with Sky Bet
Jeff says: "We've got two attacking sides here and it promises to be an open game."
Jeff predicts: Derby 2 Rotherham 2
Opta stats suggest: There has been 21 goals scored in the last six Championship meetings between these two sides, an average of 3.5 per game.
Odds suggest: Middlesbrough 3 Birmingham 1 - 14/1 with Sky Bet
Jeff says: "Boro finished well last season and have a good record against Birmingham."
Jeff predicts: Middlesbrough 2 Birmingham 0
Opta stats suggest: Millwall have won five of their last six home league clashes with Leeds United (L1), with the Whites conceding two or more goals in four of those aforementioned six games, keeping one clean sheet.
Odds suggest: Millwall 2 Leeds 0 - 9/1 with Sky Bet
Jeff says: "No McCormack and no joy for Leeds and their Italian contingent."
Jeff predicts: Millwall 1 Leeds 0
Opta stats suggest: Forest have kept a clean sheet in seven of their last eight matches on the opening day of the season (W3 D4 L1).
Odds suggest: Nottingham Forest 2 Blackpool 0 - 5/1 with Sky Bet
Jeff says: "Shambolic Blackpool could not face a tougher start than this."
Jeff predicts: Nottingham Forest 5 Blackpool 0
Opta stats suggest: Watford failed to score against Bolton last season, losing 0-1 at Vicarage Road and 0-2 at the Reebok Stadium, but are unbeaten in their last seven opening day matches, winning four (D3).
Odds suggest: Watford 0 Bolton 0 - 9/1 with Sky Bet
Jeff says: "Vydra and Deeney give Watford the firepower to win this."
Jeff predicts: Watford 1 Bolton 0
Opta stats suggest: Reading are without a league win against Wigan at the DW Stadium in five attempts, losing four (D1).
Odds suggest: Wigan 2 Reading 0 - 7/1 for Sky Bet
Jeff says: "Wigan have won last four against Reading who look no stronger than last year."
Jeff predicts: Wigan 3 Reading 1