Crystal Palace are bottom of Europe's form table
Last Updated: 05/02/16 2:31pm
Crystal Palace are bottom of the Europe-wide form table, after claiming just one point from their past six Premier League matches.
Alan Pardew's side - who have managed just two goals in that time - are the only team across Europe's top five leagues not to have taken at least two points from their past half dozen games.
French giants Paris St-Germain - who are 24 points clear of nearest rivals Monaco in Ligue 1 - are on a phenomenal run, having gone unbeaten in their last 33 league fixtures, but it's Italian side Napoli who top the form guide.
The Serie A leaders have won their past six matches, scoring a remarkable 21 times, and are above PSG on goal difference.
Juventus, who are second to Napoli in Seriw A, are joint-second in the form league after also taking maximum points from their past six league games.
Tottenham are the Premier League's top team in the standings. Spurs, who have taken 13 points from the last 18 available, are in ninth place.
The top-ranked German side is Borussia Dortmund in fifth - ahead of Pep Guardiola's Bayern Munich on goal difference in the form table.
But Gary Neville's Valencia, who are yet to win a La Liga fixture since he took charge, are five places off the bottom of these standings.