A VOTE to decide the outcome of the League Two season - which will affect Barrow AFC - will be held on June 8.

League Two clubs have already decided that ending the season is their preferred option and are likely to agree this with a majority.

Once the climax of League Two is rubber-stamped, the National League is expected to decide how to conclude its own season and if play-offs will be staged - and how top of the table Barrow will fit into the promotion equation.

The English Football League (EFL) confirmed on Friday that the June 8 meeting would take place.

The EFL board had unanimously agreed upon a framework at a meeting on Wednesday, but now needs clubs to approve it.

Clubs have until next Tuesday to continue putting in any alternative suggestions for how the seasons' end could work.

A 51 per cent majority would be needed from clubs to approve the curtailing of seasons.

As things stand, a points-per-game system would determine final league placings in all three divisions if seasons cannot be completed.

So far, no consensus on how to end the season has been reached in League One.

Some clubs have opposed halting the division, with both Tranmere and Peterborough threatening legal action.

The Championship is likely to return on around June 20.

Clubs are due to start contact training on Monday if they meet coronavirus precaution criteria.

Whatever the outcome of the votes, it is expected that the final promotion slot in both divisions will be determined by the usual play-off format.

The League One and League Two play-offs are likely to be held before the Championship play-offs because these divisions have many platers whose contracts expire at the end of June.

The Championship play-offs are likely to be held in late July and the final at the start of August - to help clubs deal with difficult contractual situations.

Wembley is still the expected venue for play-off finals.

The EFL has said that relegation across all three divisions is “integral to the integrity of the competition” contrary to League Two’s idea of scrapping relegation this season to the National League.