This is where Portsmouth, Coventry and Oxford will finish in League One - IF 2019/20 is decided via points per game

Points per game (PPG) has been suggested as a potential way to conclude the 2019/20 season – but where would that leave Pompey in the final League One table?

Monday, 30th March 2020, 12:30 pm
Updated Monday, 30th March 2020, 12:45 pm
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The EFL maintain that they want to resume the campaign and allow clubs to play out a finish, however there are fears that might not be possible.

Scroll and click through the pages to see how the League One table would finish – if a PPG basis was adopted:

Down 1 place from their current League One position.

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Up 1 place from their current League One position.
Remain in their current League One position.
Remain their current League One position.
Down 1 place from their current League One position.
Up 1 place from their current League One position.
Remain in their current League One position.
Down 1 place from their current League One position.
Up 1 place from their current League One position.
Remain in their current League One position.
Remain in their current League One position.
Remain in their current League One position.
Down 1 place from their current League One position.
Up 1 place from their current League One position.
Remain in their current League One position.
Down 1 place from their current League One position.
Down 1 place from their current League One position.
Down 1 place from their current League One position.
Up 1 place from their current League One position.
Down 1 place from their current League One position.
Up 5 place from their current League One position.
Remain in their current League One position.
Remain in their current League One position.