Relive four classic encounters with The Millers ahead of Saturday's meeting at Griffin Park
Brentford 4 Rotherham United 2 - Football League Division Two, 5.10.96
Carl Asaba's tenth and 11th goals of the season set The Bees on their way to three points as David Webb's side continued to set the pace at the top of Division Two. Robert Taylor scored in between Asaba's brace and Nicky Forster also found the net as Brentford's unbeaten start to the season continued at pace to leave them five points clear at the top of the table.
Rotherham United 2 Brentford 4 - Football League Division Three, 20.02.99
Lloyd Owusu netted his second hat-trick of the season to move Ron Noades' men back into the Division Three promotion places. Gavin Mahon gave Brentford an early lead before Owusu guided home his first. Current Millers' boss Paul Warne pulled one back before the break but Owusu struck twice more, either side of a Steve Thompson goal, to send The Bees, and the travelling fans home happy.
Rotherham United 0 Brentford 2 - Sky Bet Championship, 30.08.14
Goals late on in each half from Andre Gray and Nick Proschwitz, their first in the league for The Bees, wrapped up a second straight away win for Mark Warburton's side. The match was overshadowed however by a serious injury sustained by Scott Hogan in the closing minutes.
Brentford 2 Rotherham United 1 - Sky Bet Championship, 17.10.15
Lee Carsley picked up his first win as interim Bees manager after Alan Judge's double sunk The Millers at Griffin Park. The Irishman's deft lob handed The Bees a second minute lead that lasted until the opening seconds of the second-half, Joe Mattock slamming home from long-range to level. However, The Bees, and Judge in particular, weren't to be denied as he headed home Jake Bidwell's teasing centre on the hour to seal the points.
Don’t miss out on a piece of history: celebrate the 50th anniversary of the fans saving Brentford by booking tickets now for The Bees’ home match against Rotherham United on 25 February. Prices are just £1 for Juniors, £5 for Young Persons, and £20 for adults all over Griffin Park.