Nottingham Forest headed to Ewood Park in November 1995 looking to extend a 25-match unbeaten run, having endured their last defeat the previous April.
The Foresters ended their hot streak in the most feckless manner possible, by conceding seven to the defending league champions. Alan Shearer bagged a hat-trick, Lars Bohinen scored two, while Mike Newell and Graeme Le Saux also found their names on the scoresheet.
Despite the loss and their ninth-place finish, Forest arguably enjoyed a better season than the Blackburn side that finished in seventh.
Following Blackburn's dismal Champions League exit, Frank Clark's Reds were the only English side to be involved in European competition after Christmas, making it to the quarterfinals of the UEFA Cup.
Blackburn, meanwhile, had dropped a long way from the top, lost manager Kenny Dalglish and finished the season by waving goodbye to star striker Alan Shearer.
Note: There have been two other 7-0 Premier League score lines not featured in this list: Arsenal's victory over Middlesbrough in January 2006 and Chelsea's annihilation of Stoke in April 2010.