Crawley Town's season is over - and this is how it will be resolved

Crawley Town's season has been brought to an end after discussions between the clubs and the English Football League.

BBC Sport reported that after an indicative vote by the clubs, the table is set to be decided using a weighted points-per-game method, while the play-offs would be played as usual.

But any move still needs to be ratified by the EFL and Football Association.

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Meanwhile, teams in League One will have to meet again on Monday after failing to come to an agreement.

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You can read the full story hereTimeline: How did we get to this point?

10 March - Last games played in Leagues One & Two

13 March - EFL suspended until at least 3 April

19 March - Suspension extended until end of April

26 March - All football below National League expunged

9 April - Season 'can be finished in 56 days'

22 April - National League clubs vote to end regular season

23 April - Clubs write to EFL over salary cap introduction

5 May - EFL clubs face '£200m hole' by September

15 May - League Two season ended, League One undecided