It is now up to each respective EFL division to decide whether to continue the season behind closed doors, or curtail the season.
As it stands, it’s looking likely that the Championship will resume behind closed doors in line with the Premier League in June – however this is looking unlikely for League One and League Two.
And the latest update coming in via the Shropshire Star suggests that 15 to 19 clubs in League One are set to vote to curtail the season next week.
51% of clubs in each league must vote to postpone the season for a majority to be reached and this is now looking likely in the third tier.
The League One season would ultimately be completed using an unweighted points-per-game method, which would see Coventry and Rotherham promoted to the Championship, whilst Southend, Bolton and Tranmere would suffer the drop to League Two.
The news will of course be of paramount interest to Coventry City who currently sit top of the league and will have been hoping for a positive outcome, whilst Sunderland who will have wanted a return to the second tier, look set to have to wait another season at least before making a return.