The summer break appears to have had more of a negative impact on Charlton than almost any other team in the Championship.

The Addicks have won just 15% of their 13 league games so far this season.

That’s down from 46% in the last 13 league games of last season, a decrease of 31 percentage points.

Only one other team has had as dramatic a dip in form – Blackburn Rovers.

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The Lancashire club have also gone from winning 46% of games before the summer to just 15% of them this season.

A league table of the games played before and after the summer break leaves Charlton in 13th place though with just 31 points.

Brighton have had the Championship’s biggest improvement in form following the summer break.

The Seagulls won just 15% of their last 13 games of the 2014-15 campaign. That shot up to 62% of the 13 played in 2015-16 though.

Summer takes its toll

Team | 2014-15 win % | 2015-16 win % | Difference

Brighton | 15 | 62 | 47

Derby | 15 | 46 | 31

Reading | 15 | 46 | 31

Huddersfield | 15 | 23 | 8

Sheff Weds | 31 | 38 | 7

Birmingham | 54 | 54 | 0

Brentford | 38 | 38 | 0

Fulham | 31 | 31 | 0

Middlesbrough | 54 | 54 | 0

Nottingham | 23 | 23 | 0

Ipswich | 38 | 31 | -7

Cardiff | 46 | 38 | -8

Bolton | 23 | 8 | -15

Leeds | 31 | 15 | -16

Rotherham | 31 | 15 | -16

Wolves | 54 | 31 | -23

Blackburn | 46 | 15 | -31

Charlton | 46 | 15 | -31

A league of games either side of the summer

Team: Points

1. Birmingham: 48

2. Middlesbrough: 46

3. Cardiff: 42

4. Brighton: 39

4= Wolves: 39

6. Brentford: 37

6= Sheff Weds: 37

8. Derby: 36

9. Blackburn: 35

9= Ipswich: 35

11. Fulham: 33

12. Reading: 32

13. Charlton: 31

14. Leeds: 28

15. Huddersfield: 27

16. Nottingham: 26

17. Rotherham: 24

18. Bolton: 23