How Championship clubs are predicted to vote on the new options which will either see the season resumed or cancelled based on PPG?
The EFL has confirmed that 51% of Championship, League One and League Two clubs need to agree for the campaign in each division to be curtailed.
Under the unweighted points per game settle the outcome, the top two of Leeds and West Brom will achieve automatic promotion to the Premier League, while Fulham, Brentford, Nottingham Forest and Preston will compete in the play-offs.
Going down would be Charlton, Luton and Barnsley, or any of the relegation-threatened teams. Take a look at who might vote what below…
The Tykes have written to the EFL stating they will not accept relegation if the season is curtailed, however they may not have a choice. Don’t risk it? Prediction: Resume.
The Blues lie 16th in the Championship table, nine points away from the top six and eight above the relegation zone. Is there much left to play for? Prediction: Cancel.
Rovers are one of the teams who also have the play-offs in their sight. After all, they are just three points away. Prediction: Resume.
The Bees are in the same boat as Fulham, and would be robbed of a chance to secure automatic promotion if the season was ended. Prediction: Resume.
Robins chairman Steve Lansdown wants the season to be played to a finish, which fits in nicely with their play-off aspirations. Prediction: Resume.
Lee Bowyer has been vocal in his thoughts – promote but don’t relegate. However, if the season is curtailed, the framework says the Addicks are relegated on PPG. Prediction: Resume.
The Bluebirds are in play-off contention with just two points separating Neil Harris’ men from the top six. Prediction: Resume.
Although the play-offs are not completely out of the question, owner Mel Morris’ previously spoke publicly about being prepared to end the campaign. Prediction: Cancel.
It looks certain Fulham will seal a play-off spot, and they may still fancy their chances of catching the top two. Prediction: Resume.
Hull vice-chairman Ehab Allam wrote to the EFL to outline his “serious concerns” over the proposed restart of the campaign next month. Prediction: Cancel.
Leeds chief executive Angus Kinnear claims it would be a ‘national embarrassment’ if the Championship was decided on points per games. Prediction: Resume.
Hatters CEO Gary Sweet has stated he wants the season to carry on as curtailment would see the club relegated under the PPG scenario. Prediction: Resume.
The suggestion at Boro is they are keen to get the season back underway, despite nervously sitting just two points above the drop zone. Prediction: Resume.
Gary Rowett’s side are just two points outside the top six and curtailment would mean they miss out on a possible play-off spot. Prediction: Resume.
Forest’s automatic promotion chances took a hit before the season was suspended, but the general feeling is they are in favour of resuming. Prediction: Resume.
Peter Ridsdale, advisor to Preston owner Trevor Hemmings, confirmed the club is committed to fulfilling its remaining fixtures. Prediction: Resume.
QPR boss Mark Warburton is open to the idea of the season resuming. Six points away from the play-offs, never say never? Prediction: Resume.
While a couple of wins could move the Royals into the top half, current viewing suggests there is little to play for. Prediction: Cancel.
There has been no official word from the Owls but comments from boss Garry Monk last week pointed towards a season resumption being favoured. Prediction: Resume.
Relegation is still a possibility for Stoke, and they would surely be keen to focus on mounting a possible promotion charge next season instead. Prediction: Cancel.
Swansea are just three points outside the top six and should fancy their chances if they can recapture their early-season form. Prediction: Resume.
They know winning promotion on the pitch means it cannot be disputed, with any legal challenges to the season. Prediction: Resume.
We’re taking Sam Morsy’s word for it. The only fair way to decide the season is to finish it, the Latics midfielder said recently. Prediction: Resume.
Resume: 19 clubs (79.17%). Cancel: 5 clubs (20.83%).