The English Football League have announced that promotion and relegation will stand in all divisions even if clubs vote to curtail the 2019/20 season.

League Two opted against finishing the final matches of the campaign, whilst League One remain locked in deadlock, with a split over whether to finish or not.

The Championship is expected to round-up the 2019/20 season in full, although there is some opposition, with Hull City named this week.

However, the EFL have now officially confirmed that all tables will be settled on a pointer-per-game ratio, which would see Leeds United and West Brom promoted to the Premier League, if the season is curtailed, whilst the play-offs will still be used to decide the third promoted team.

Cardiff City and Swansea City still hold promotion hopes via the play-off system, and it would mean that, should the season be able to finish, that both Welsh clubs have a chance of top-flight promotion. The Bluebirds and Swans sit just two and three points off the top six respectively with nine matches still to play, meaning it's all to play for.

Equally, at the other end of the table, relegation will still stand too, despite a request from League Two clubs to suspend relegation.

A statement from the EFL on Thursday said: “The EFL board met yesterday to consider the feedback and subsequent implications of last week’s divisional club meetings, as the League continues to address the many complex financial and operational matters resulting out of the Covid-19 crisis, including how the 2019/20 campaign is concluded.