ALBION could know more today about the chances of finishing their season.

The Seagulls will join with their Premier League counterparts for a conference call to discuss the ongoing coronavirus-related shut-down.

Their focus will be primarily on how the fixture schedule could be completed.

Albion players, who have been at home this week, will await developments.

They are planning to discuss their next move when they get back together tomorrow.

Clubs are expected to share their experiences so far of how the pandemic has affected them financially and the implications of a longer-term suspension of competition.

All options, including playing behind closed doors, remain on the table.

The Premier League is understood to be in ongoing dialogue with its broadcast partners, whose schedules have been decimated by the widespread cancellation of sporting events.

Action is currently suspended until at least April 4.

UEFA this week pushed Euro 2020 back a year and the Champions League final to the end of June, potentially opening more scope for club competitions to be completed.

Albion striker and senior professional Glenn Murray said: “As a group we came to the decision to leave training this week, stay fit on our own, look after ourselves and then reconvene on Friday when UEFA and the Premier League have both had their meetings, which hopefully will shed a bit of light on the up and coming months.”

It is believed no decisions will be taken on what would happen in the event of it becoming impossible for the Premier League season to restart Albion chief executive and deputy chairman Paul Barber has been consistent in his stance that completing the 2019-20 campaign must be the priority.

Spanish club Alaves, where Albion under-23s striker Bojan Radulovic is on loan, yesterday announced 15 positive tests for Covid-19 among their staff.

Neither Radulovic nor ex-Seagulls star Inigo Calderon, who has a coaching role, are affected.