But should the season be cancelled, the points-per-game formula will apply.
It's widely believed a vast majority of League One clubs would vote to end the season early, with Ipswich one of six sides to publicly state their desire to play the remaining fixtures in full.
The games will start in the same week as the Premier League, as the country's second tier makes steps towards completing their season.
EFL chairman Rick Parry says Championship clubs will need"to play a significant number of matches over a relatively short period of time
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At Wednesday's EFL Board meeting it was made a decision to progress with the proposal outlined last Thursday "in respect of changes to EFL Regulations in the event Season 2019/20 is curtailed in any EFL Division".
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"The EFL will issue any notice of meeting later that day".
Former Man Utd ace Gary Neville expects the EFL to follow the Premier League's suit and resume the season next month. "Any such Club proposals will be considered at the same meeting as the Board's proposal".
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The EFL Board has "unanimously" chose to progress with its original plan in the event of curtailment, that would see final positions in League One and League Two decided based on unweighted points-per-game - with promotion and relegation.
"I think we are all resigned to the fact there will be a quick turn around this season into the next one", he said.
"Everything they have invested, not just financially but emotionally to get into the Premier League, how important it is for them as clubs".More news: Cruz Accuses Twitter of Criminally Aiding Iran
The National League Board have said they will wait for a decision from the EFL before they decide how to settle the sporting issues, after bringing their season to a halt.