CRAIG Forsyth is hoping Derby County can make it three wins out of three on the road this weekend.
The Rams travel to newly promoted Yeovil Town on Saturday on the back of successive victories on their travels over Oldham Athletic and Brighton & Hove Albion.
Nigel Clough’s men will be aiming to maintain their perfect away record at Huish Park.
“I’ve never played there before and I think it will be a new place for a lot of the boys,” said Forsyth.
“We’ve had two wins from two away games so far this season – and we’ll be looking to make it a third.”
Yeovil won their opening match in the Championship 1-0 at Millwall and followed that with victory by the same score at Southend United in the Capital One Cup.
The Glovers lost their first home game, 1-0 to Birmingham City, and suffered a 2-0 defeat at Burnley in their latest outing.
Gary Johnson’s side have been tipped for a swift return to League One but the Somerset outfit will be out to prove the bookies wrong – and home form could be crucial.
“Home form for every team is key,” said Forsyth. “That’s where you tend to get the majority of your points.
“Every team wants to do well at home and Yeovil will be no different.
“You can treat any team differently in this division, as it’s such an unpredictable league.”
While Derby have won both their away games so far this term, they have managed only one point from two matches at Pride Park Stadium.
“We don’t set up any differently at home and away – and we set out to win every game,” said left-back Forsyth, who joined the Rams from Watford on a permanent basis over the summer after a loan spell last term.
“I think we’ve been a little bit unlucky at home so far.”