Tata Motors will report its first-quarter earnings on Thursday analysts expect the auto major to report a weak set of numbers. \tCNBC-TV18’s poll expects it to be a bleak quarter for Tata Motors. Both Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) and the standalone business will report losses this quarter. \tLast quarter there was a bit of a turnaround in the JLR business, but since then things have got worst because there is no recovery in the China market. In fact, JLR volumes are down 5 percent year-on-year ex- of the China JV and standalone volumes are down 22 percent year-on-year. So it has been problems galore for Tata Motors. \tThe stock is down 35 percent in the last three months. It hit a 52-week low of Rs 141 on the February 8th. \tRevenues are expected to be down by about 14 percent at Rs 57,790 crore. A loss of Rs 2,127 crore is what we are looking at on a consolidated basis compared to a loss of Rs 1,900 crore the same time last year. So the losses will pile up for Tata Motors. \tOn the JLR front, a loss of 236 million pounds is what CNBC-TV18 is expecting versus a loss of 151 million pounds year-on-year. So on a year-on-year basis, the losses will go up as well. \tThis time around the expectation is that JLR margins will fall to 5.50 percent compared to 9.8 percent last quarter so there is a steep fall in JLR margins because of a whole host of reasons, slowdowns in China, Brexit concerns, a lot of inflated cost that they had to take etc. \tFinally, on the standalone business, a loss of almost Rs 400 crore is what is expected versus a profit of Rs 1,380 crore.