The winless Cremonese are back in action this weekend as the club head to Turin where Torino have dropped into ninth before the game because of results elsewhere over the weekend as Ivan Juric’s men look to jump ahead of their city rivals Juventus.
22 games have now gone by for Cremonese in what is their first Serie A season since 1995/96. Now, without them winning a single game and Elche in La Liga finally getting off the mark, it means the club are the only winless side across the top five leagues.
This in itself Should just a few more games pass in Serie A, Cremonese will break all sorts of bad records and they are now only six adrift of the record-breaking 28-game winless run in Serie A set by Ancona in 2003/04.
Regardless, of this fact, The club are still in the semi-finals of the Coppa Italia and have stunningly managed to beat Napoli and Roma in that competition. The last-placed side did lose 3-0 to Napoli last weekend, however.
As for Torino, they must win to get back into seventh in the league and all three points would put them just eight behind Atalanta in the race for the top six.