The FA / EFL will be meeting on the 3rd April, where they will assess whether the authorities have the corona virus under control. In the unlikely event that the deadly virus has declined sufficiently and 9 games can be rearranged in a very short amount of time, the season will need to be extended by another month, and with the play offs also needed to be decided, in all likelihood the season will probably be abandoned. With this being the case, how should relegation, promotion and Champions be sorted? i) The season is declared null and void ii) The season finishes as it is with promotion / relegation to as normal iii) The remainder of games are calculated by the EFL defined by league position, and reverse fixture result vi) The German proposal would mean there would be no Champion or no relegation from their top tier (Bundesliga). Instead, the top four teams from their second tier (our Championship) would all get promoted expanding their division from 18 to 22. Assuming 3 teams from the Championship were to go up, the Premiership would increase from 20 clubs to 23. 5) Any other ideas?