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This is where Portsmouth and Coventry City will finish in League One - under the controversial 'cut in half' solution

The League One season is set to be declared finished this week - with the EFL considering a number of options as to how to decide promotion and relegation.

By Jordan Cronin
Wednesday, 13th May 2020, 1:10 pm

And while a weighted points-per-game solution seems to be the favoured method among clubs, there are a number of other possibilities.

And one which has been suggested - and has been heavily discussed on the continent - is the idea of cutting the season in half.

This model only counts each team's first game against each other, so only takes into account 22 games - in effect, the first half of the season.

Indeed, any results after the halfway stage would not be counted, which could be a controversial way to decide things.

While this is unlikely to be utilised by the EFL, what would it mean for Portsmouth and their League One rivals? Scroll and click through the pages to find out:

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