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League One and League Two clubs have voted to end their seasons due to coronavirus, with teams to be  promoted and relegated according to points per game and play-offs held.

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Coventry and Rotherham are set to be promoted to the Championship, but due to ongoing disciplinary issues, it is not yet certain who will drop out of League Two.

Wycombe Wanderers would face Fleetwood Town in the playoffs, and Portsmouth would face Oxford United. The date for the matches will be announced later. While Tranmere Rovers, Southend United, Bolton Wanderers would be relegated to League Two.

Meanwhile, in League Two, Swindon Town have been crowned champions, with Crewe Alexandra and Plymouth Argyle gaining promotion. Cheltenham Town is set to battle Northampton Town, with Exeter City taking on Colchester United in the playoff rounds.

Macclesfield Town who are currently three points above Stevenage in the EFL, received an 11 point deduction earlier this season for breaching rules, could further face more point deductions, leading to them being relegated.

 

By Muyiwa Aguda

See also: Scottish Premier League Abandoned And Celtic Declared Champions

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