EFL clubs set for crunch talks this week to find solution to unfinished season

  • Expense of playing behind closed doors may prove prohibitive
  • Testing players before matches could cost £2m per division

The English Football League is expected to be given fresh guidance from its clubs this week with League One and Two increasingly unlikely to resume because of the prohibitive cost of playing matches behind closed doors. Clubs will convene via conference call on Friday following an EFL board meeting on Wednesday, when discussions are set to centre on determining a solution to the season.

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