Weighted points-per-game model may decide 2019/20

          Leagues One and Two await the axe

          2020/05/08 14:28
          By Stephen Gillett

          League One and League Two football is set to be abandoned for this season - with clubs deciding how promotion and relegation should be settled.

          The Athletic today broke the news that the English third and fourth tiers - currently suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak - are set to call time on the current season. 

          The article states that the EFL will call a vote to decide the thorny issues of promotion and relegation - with a number of clubs already sending their proposals. 

          If this points-per-game model were adopted Coventry City would be crowned champions in League One, with Rotherham United and Oxford United also promoted to the Championship. Tranmere Rovers, Southend United and Bolton Wanderers would all drop down into League Two.

          In the fourth tier, the above model would see Swindon Town, Crewe Alexandra, Plymouth Argyle and  Cheltenham Town all elevated to League One, with Stevenage relegated to the National League.


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