Europe’s top leagues returned this past weekend after the two-week international break.
Away from the battle at the top, some teams in the bottom half are struggling with some yet to win a single game.
Here are the three sides from Europe’s top-five leagues yet to record a win this season.
Newcastle’s wait for the first win of the season continued over the weekend as they were forced to settle for a 3-3 draw against Brentford in what was Eddie Howe’s first match in charge.
Newcastle are bottom of the table on six points from the opening 12 matches and face Arsenal next.
Out of the 14 matches Levante have played in LaLiga this season, seven have ended in defeat with the other seven in draws.
Their latest match against Athletic Club ended in a stalemate, and they are last in the 20-team table.
Furth have the worst record of any team in Europe’s top-five leagues.
The Bundesliga club have drawn just once and lost 11 games, which means they are rooted at the bottom of the table with just one point from 12 games.
Furth will next host Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga.