The English Football League yesterday revealed their plans on how to finalise the 2019/20 season.
The EFL have stated that the divisions could potentially be abandoned and decided on an unweighted points-per-game method, if 51% of the clubs in each respective division choose that method.
It is firmly expected that this will be the case in League One and Two, though the suggestion is that the Championship will look to be resumed behind closed doors next month, and that is the stance that West Brom are set to take, as per the Express and Star.
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The Baggies will vote to play on instead of curtailing the season, which ultimately does leave them with a threat of missing out on automatic promotion if they slip out of the top two spots.
Though, Slaven Bilic’s side are in a advantageous position in the Championship table, sitting six points clear of Fulham, with them one point adrift of table-toppers Leeds United.
The Midlands outfit have undoubtedly been one of the standout teams in the second tier this season with the flair of Matheus Pereira, solidity of Semi Ajayi and grit of Jake Livermore just some of the key components behind the club’s success.