The SPFL has revealed clubs from The Championship, League One and League Two will vote on ending their seasons early due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The Scottish football season has been suspended for several weeks now, with the last round of any lower league fixtures taking place on March 10, and it looks as though the campaigns could be called to a halt all together.
Following a meeting this afternoon, it was revealed all clubs from the second-tier down will vote on whether or not the season should be ended, with the final standings based on points won per game.
As yet, there has been no decision made on the fate of the Premiership, with Celtic’s quest for a ninth consecutive title, and Hearts’ fight against relegation, still up in the air.
However, if matches can’t be played soon, it looks as though the top-flight could follow suit:
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