The future of the EFL season could become clearer next week with clubs set to vote on the next steps for the 2019/20 campaign.

Rovers returned to training yesterday after the 27 players and 17 members of staff all provided negative Covid-19 tests, the first steps towards resuming the season which has been suspended since March 13.

Two people, from the 1,014 tested from across all 24 Championship clubs, tested positive, both confirmed to be from Hull City, ahead of a possible restart next month.

While the Championship clubs look set to play on, and League Two to curtail their season, the future of League One looks less clear.

Clubs will next week vote on whether to introduce an EFL rule change that will allow for each division to decide their fate.

That is expected to be passed, achieving more than the 51 per cent majority needed, allowing clubs in each division to vote on whether to play on, or curtail the season and use the points-per-game model to decide finishing places. The EFL has confirmed promotion, relegation, and the play-offs will be respected.

Meanwhile, Bromwich Albion have followed Championship promotion rivals Leeds United in saying they want the campaign to be finished on the pitch if it can be done safely.

Formal votes on whether divisions will play on or curtail their seasons are not expected until next week, but the Baggies are keen to play on.

Chief executive Mark Jenkins said: “The club is resolutely behind finishing the campaign, if it is at all possible, where it belongs and that is on the pitch.

“From the moment that the path was cleared for the players to return to training, albeit in a strictly-controlled format, our mindset has been focused solely on being in the best possible shape, physically and mentally, to complete the remaining nine league fixtures.”