Portsmouth, Peterborough United and Ipswich Town are all pushing for the League One season to resume and conclude, with the latter even instructing their players to return to training next week.
A report in The Telegraph touches on how talks over the resume of League One and League Two will take place over the next 48 hours, noting how finances mean restarting the season remains unlikely.
Nevertheless, League One’s resume is up in the air, with a number of clubs actively looking for things to get back underway.
Amongst those are Portsmouth, Peterborough and Ipswich, with the latter instructing their players to return to training next week.
For Portsmouth and Peterborough, they sit fourth and sixth in the current League One standings, clearly looking for a return to action to see if they can break into the automatic promotion places or winning the play-offs.
Ipswich’s position is slightly different, with Paul Lambert’s side 10th in the table and seven points adrift of the top-six.
Pre-postponement, Lambert’s side had lost four consecutive fixtures, seeing their top-six hopes take a significant hit.
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There’s divide up and down the country as supporters weigh up whether the EFL should be concluded, with League One no different.
A lot is on the line for Portsmouth and Peterborough in the play-off race, whilst Ipswich will be looking to take advantage of any outside shot of breaking the top-six.
Whether that trio get their wish is seriously up for debate, however.
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