It is not just seven matches since Newcastle United last recorded a victory in the Premier League - it is seven matches since they managed to pick up any points at all. Since Papiss Cissé's strike saw off Aston Villa 1-0 at St James' Park on February 28th, Newcastle have suffered seven straight defeats. This unwanted club-record Premier League losing streak has seen the Magpies rapidly slip from mid-table mediocrity and relative safety down to a potential relegation battle and a nail-biting final four fixtures of the season for Newcastle supporters. John Carver insists he will fight to the very end of the season in order to secure Premier League survival with this set of players and admits that relegation would be "devastating" for Newcastle United - but it is time for action and not words. What's even more worrying than the seven-match losing streak is that, once you delve deeper into the statistics that make up the run, it shows how thoroughly abysmal Newcastle have been. The huge number of goals conceded, the minimal amount scored, the suspensions received and the number of minutes since they last netted away from home suggest the Magpies really could be heading for the Championship. So here are seven horrifying statistics behind Newcastle United's Premier League club-record seven-match losing streak. For all the latest NUFC News, Views and Transfers make sure to follow WhatCultureNUFC on Twitter and Facebook.