LEAGUE ONE & LEAGUE TWO SEASONS OFFICIALLY END Early | Hit Sport


The League One and League Two seasons have officially ended early due to the coronavirus pandemic.


The decision to not resume comes after clubs from both leagues voted in favour of ending the 2019/2020 season with immediate effect. The final standings are set to be determined by a points-per-game formula.


It has also been confirmed promotion, relegation and play-offs will still remain, with play-offs beginning next week across both leagues.


Wycombe Wanderers, Oxford City, Portsmouth and Fleetwood Town will enter the League One play-offs, looking to claim the final promotion spot into the Championship alongside Coventry City - the now League One champions - and Rotherham United.


At the other end of the table, Tranmere Rovers, Bolton Wanderers and Southend United will be relegated into League Two.


Under the formula, Swindon Town have been crowned League Two champions and will be promoted to League One with Crewe Alexandra and Plymouth Argyle.

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