Tranmere Rovers will be relegated back to League Two for the start of the 2020/21 season after a majority of League One clubs voted to end the 2019/20 season now, using an unweighted points per game method.

It means the Birkenhead club finish the season by default in 21st position 0.04 behind AFC Wimbledon, who survive in League One.

Coventry City have been confirmed as League One champions and will be promoted to the Championship alongside runners-up Rotherham United.

Wycombe Wanderers will face Fleetwood Town in the play-off semi-finals, and Oxford United will face Portsmouth.

Under the ruling, Tranmere will be relegated alongside Southend United and Bolton Wanderers.

Tranmere's three most prominant supporter's clubs - Tranmere Rovers Supporters' Club, Tranmere Rovers Trust and Southern SWA - have released the following statement: "The EFL shirked the responsibility of finding a solution befitting of sporting integrity and instead our relegation rivals, who still had to play us, voted us down for them.

"Incredibly, a League Two play-off competition will now take place to replace us.

"The outcome is difficult to accept, but as supporters we must quickly unite and back the club to immediately restore our rightful place in the division through another promotion.

"The contempt shown to our club will only make our love for it stronger.

"Where there is faith there is light and strength."

More to follow.