Rovers hope to announce plans for how supporters can watch all remaining Championship matches via their iFollow service in the coming days.

The EFL revealed on Friday that all 108 matches would be shown live on the respective club’s iFollow platform, with 30 matches also selected for live Sky Sports broadcast.

Rovers say the logistics of how season ticket holders will gain access to the iFollow stream for the remaining games are still being finalised by the EFL, but they hope to update fans further shortly.

Non-season ticket holders will be able to buy a single match pass at the current price of £10.

The club had held off announcing their plans for season ticket holders until the EFL announcement which came following talks with Sky Sports, who are likely to face a rebate from the league of around £7m following the coronavirus pandemic.

Meanwhile, Sky Sports are expected to release details of which matches will be shown live this week, though the previously scheduled fixtures, such as Rovers’ home game with Leeds, has now been scratched.

A club statement said: “At this stage, the club advises all supporters to make sure they have signed up to a MyRovers single login account and ensure you have linked your ticketing account with the same email.

“The club will inform season ticket holders of the next steps as soon as they are finalised via the club website, our social media channels and by email.

“The Championship season will resume behind closed doors on Saturday, June 20, with the updated fixture schedule and broadcast selections expected to be confirmed early next week.

“Rovers are currently working on a comprehensive operational plan for the four remaining matches to be played at Ewood Park and hope to be able to provide supporters with further information (including an FAQs document) regarding the streaming agreement over the coming days.

“We appreciate your patience and understanding during this unprecedented time and we look forward to you showing your support to Tony Mowbray’s side once again over the coming weeks.”