A new report has revealed which board games are most likely to cause a family argument.

As the nation remains on lockdown, social listening data ranked the top ten games for causing the most family arguments.

If you’ve ever played a board game with your family, you know it can be a rocky affair.

The report of Online casinos released the data, which followed mentions of popular board games, revealing how many posts are about spinoffs rather than wins.

Data was analyzed from March 29, 2019 to March 27, 2020.

The top ten board games that are likely to cause a crisis can be seen below:

1: Monopoly – 28 167

2: Jenga – 6,290

3: Scrabble – 2,379

4: Cluedo – 708

5: Battleships – 480

6: Pictorial – 428

7: Trivial chase – 375

8: Mouse trap – 273

9: Ker-Plunk – 77

ten: Frustration – 42