Crystal Palace recorded the joint-worst points tally from post-international break games last season.

The Eagles were equal with Bournemouth in only taking one point out of a possible 12 after the international break during the 2015/16 campaign.

Sky Sports stats show Manchester United were the only top-flight side to have a 100 per cent record after they took maximum points from the fixtures.

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Reigning Premier League champions Leicester City also fared well, only dropping two points across the four games.

Following the first international break of the season, Alan Pardew’s Palace travel to Middlesbrough on Saturday looking for their first win of the campaign.

How teams fared post-international break in 2015/16:

12 points – Man United

10 – Leicester, Middlesbrough

9 – Man City, Arsenal, Chelsea

8 – Tottenham, Burnley, West Brom

7 – Stoke

6 – Everton

5 – Hull, Liverpool

4 – Sunderland, West Ham

3 – Watford

2 – Swansea, Southampton

1 – Crystal Palace, Bournemouth

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