We have already brought you this season’s Premier League Invincibles XI, where all 11 starters are yet to taste defeat.
In part two of the series, here are those unfortunate souls that haven’t won a match between them. With the total at 46 and counting.
Eldin Jakupovic – Played 3
Hull’s Swiss stopper would have avoided the misfortune of making this list if not for allowing Danny Welbeck an injury-time equaliser on his seasonal debut, although he is most remembered for his fluffed clearance straight to the feet of Victor Wanyama against Southampton.
Bryan Oviedo – Played 1
Oviedo is an unfortunate inclusion having only played 30 minutes for the Toffees this season against Manchester United, although he did also start a League Cup defeat at Swansea.
Marcin Wasilewski – Played 6
One point from eight Premier League games doesn’t inspire much confidence of a survival for Leicester and neither do the personal results of their Polish centre half, who has managed just a single point so far, alongside featuring in the home League Cup defeat to League Two Shrewsbury.
Adrian Mariappa – Played 6
Crystal Palace’s chief defender in terms of versatility hasn’t proved that versatile in terms of results, losing on three of his last four appearances.
Matt Lowton – Played 4
Alan Hutton has been Aston Villa’s unheralded star of the season and this is one reason that Lowton has struggled for games. Another is that he hasn’t won in claret and blue since May.
Joel Campbell – Played 3
Many will believe that Campbell has been underused at Arsenal this season, but his Premier League results suggest otherwise. On the flip side, the Gunners have triumphed on each of the Costa Rican’s three Champions League appearances.
Benjamin Stambouli – Played 1
Stambouli has been a Europa League regular, but has been limited to just the one Premier League substitute appearance in the draw at Sunderland.
Nathaniel Chalobah – Played 5
Chelsea won’t be requesting Chalobah back from Burnley any time soon at this rate, having taken nil points on all of his five appearances for the Premier League relegation favourites.
Ricky Alvarez – Played 4
Alvarez was one of those summer signings that could have been a massive hit or an even bigger flop. Flop is arguably an over-the-top criticism, but the Argentina is becoming something of a draw specialist at Sunderland.
Brown Ideye – Played 5
West Brom’s record signing has done as much to justify his price tag as Fernando Torres did for Chelsea. His only goal so far has arrived in the League Cup.
Emmanuel Riviere – Played 8
Nobody is on a longer wait for a win in this side than Riviere, who only just returned after two months out in the draw at Burnley.