Any Man United fans banking on three points at Ewood Park on Monday night may want to look away now.
By their own high standards, the Red Devils have a shocking recent Premier League record at Ewood Park, winning just twice in ten visits.
Here's United's record in full, including last year's Premier League title decider...
2010/11 - DREW
May 14th: Blackburn 1-1 Man United (clinched the league title)
United failed to win but Wayne Rooney's late penalty ensured Premier League title number 12 for Fergie.
2009/10 - DREW
April 11th: Blackburn 0-0 Man United
This bore draw prevented the Red Devils overtaking Chelsea as league leaders with just four games left.
2008/09 - WON
October 4th: Blackburn 0-2 Man United
A second half Wayne Rooney strike following great work from Cristiano Ronaldo secured United's fourth win on the trot.
2007/08 - DREW
April 19th: Blackburn 1-1 Man United
A late Carlos Tevez equaliser kept United on course for successive Premier League titles.
2006/07 - WON
November 11th: Blackburn 0-1 Man United
Louis Saha's solitary strike following good work from Ryan Giggs maintained a three-point gap between United and defending Premier League champions, Chelsea.
2005/06 - LOST
February 1st: Blackburn 4-3 Man United
David Bentley struck the first ever Premier League hat-trick against the Red Devils, who fell a huge 14 points behind leaders Chelsea after just 20 games.
2004/05 - DREW
August 28th: Blackburn 1-1 Man United
Alan Smith's contentious last gasp equaliser in this match appeared to arrive courtesy of a handled Louis Saha assist.
2003/04 - LOST
May 1st: Blackburn 1-0 Man United
The Premier League title was already beyond third placed United when Jonathan Stead capped a dominant Rovers display with a late winner.
2002/03 - LOST
December 22nd: Blackburn 1-0 Man United
Gary Flitcroft scored as United fell four points behind Arsenal, but they managed to recover and win the title by five.
2001/02 - DREW
August 22nd: Blackburn 2-2 Man United
David Beckham's leveller 13 minutes from time made up for an earlier own goal, even though it still felt like two points dropped for the defending Premier League champions.
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