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The Worst Premier League Teams Ever with The Fewest Season Points

Sunderland (2005/06)

Points: 15, Goal Difference -43

The Black Cats extended their record-breaking streak to twenty games at the beginning of the season, setting the tone for the remainder of the campaign. By Christmas that they had attained one win and a mere seven points. At the time they set a replacement low for points gained and would only secure their third win of the season against Fulham long after they were relegated from the division.

On the brilliant side, their relegation led to Roy Keane taking up the subsequent season, leading them back to the Premier League by winning the EFL Championship. His appointment gave much-needed stability to the club, until Ellis Short took over the organisation and ruined it all.

Derby County (2007-08)

Points: 11, Goal Difference -69

The Rams broke a number of records that season, The longest run of games (32) without a win, lowest points total (11) since the introduction of three points for a win. The record for the fewest wins (1) during a Premier League season. They're also the sole team to have been relegated from the EPL in March, and just the second within the post war era.

The solitary win came in September against Newcastle United, with whom they also drew later within the season, meaning 36% of their points from that campaign were won against the Magpies.

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