Speculation is rife at the moment around the fate of the current football season and what it could mean for the clubs that are in the Premier League and EFL.
Whilst the National League action continues this weekend, the top four tiers of the game in this country are on hiatus for at least a few weeks, and it remains to be seen what happens thereafter.
Indeed, contrasting claims and rumours are being tossed about, as you might expect, over what it could mean for the likes of Leeds who are closing in on promotion.
Of course, the most horrible thing to happen would be that the season gets cancelled and results are expunged from the record, though you’d hope that there’d be a real fight to avoid that from any club set to achieve something this season.
And, perhaps as a ray of hope to Leeds fans this weekend, one claim has been made that the Whites could well earn promotion without another ball being kicked.
Football Insider claims that one call from the Premier League could be to end the season, give Liverpool the title and promote the Whites and West Brom – running a 22-team Premier League season next year.
A meeting is due next week to discuss the next steps with the current situation still going on in the country and, though fans would like promotion to be sealed at Elland Road, just getting back into the top flight is all that surely really matters.