Crawley Town's season is officially over.

League Two clubs have agreed to end the 2019-20 campaign.

The fourth-tier sides gathered by conference call yesterday and it is understood clubs were in favour of three teams being promoted automatically to League One, completing the play-offs to decide on one more side to go up, and on no teams being relegated to the National League.

A points-per-game format was discussed, with any formal ending of the season requiring a similar agreement being reached by League One, whose talks broke up earlier on Friday without a definitive outcome.

Any decision would then require the ratification of the English Football League and the Football Association.

Crawley are safely in mid-table after enjoying an upturn in home form under boss John Yems.

They stood 12th when the season was halted, ten points off the play-offs and 26 clear of relegation with nine games to play.

Reds took 21 points from their nine home games, remaining undefeated, after Yems took over from the sacked Gabriele Cioffi.

But they were winless in nine away from home since the change of management.