EFL League Two season has been cancelled


League Two teams have decided that the season should be cancelled and a Points Per Game system used to determine league position.

The final League Two table will be determined by a PPG method, but promotion and relegation are not finalised yet and will be determined in the next couple of weeks with what will happen to teams occupying automatic promotion places, play-off spots and relegation.

The fate of clubs are at the top of League Two and at the bottom of the league is not decided yet.

Crewe Alexandra were top of the fourth tier before the seasonwas halted, with Swindon Town and Plymouth Arygle occupying the other two automatic promotion places.

Exeter, Cheltenham Town, Colchester United and Northampton Town occupy the four play-off spots and it has been discussed that we may still see the two play-off semi-finals and a play-off final take place when the PPG has been decided and sees which team will go up automatically and who will potentially battle in the play-offs to go up into League Two.

Stevenage sit bottom of League Two and may see themselves relegated into the National League even after Macclesfield Town were treated with heavy points deductions after paying players late and some financial troubles at the club.

League One and the National League have not decided what to do about their leagues as of yet with relegated teams from League One going to League Two and promoted sides from the National League going into League Two. There will be further meetings held with League One and National League clubs on how the season may conclude and may go down the same route as League Two.


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