The English Football League's board will meet again today to discuss the amendments proposed by clubs before yesterday's deadline.

Members had until 2pm yesterday to submit their own plans for how to cut short the 2019-20 campaign.

Clubs will vote for their favoured framework at a meeting next Monday, and after that each division is set to vote on whether to play on or end the season using the agreed framework.

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If the remaining games cannot be played - which looks unlikely given the July 31 deadline - the league favours a framework including promotion, relegation, a four-team play-off competition and a final table based on an unweighted points-per-game system.

Tranmere Rovers are among the clubs to put forward an alternative, which the Peterborough Telegraph are reporting has been backed by Peterborough United.

A meeting will be held today to discuss the plans.

An EFL spokesman said: "The EFL Board has received a number of submissions from EFL clubs in respect of proposed amendments to EFL regulations.

"Changes are required in order to determine what will happen in the event season 2019/20 is curtailed in any EFL division.

"As a result of a number of competing proposals, these will now be discussed at (Wednesday's) EFL Board meeting, with a further update to follow."

Tranmere's plan has attracted criticism for being designed "specifically" to help them avoid relegationfrom Forest Green's chairman Dale Vince.

Rovers' chief Mark Palios has suggested building in a 'margin for error' to the points-per-game system.

Under it, only clubs who still occupy a promotion or relegation place after that has been factored in should go up or down.

The margin of error would open up the opportunity for more teams to compete in an expanded play-offs too, if they wished.

Palios told the PA news agency on Monday his club's plan "reflects the wishes of the majority of clubs" but Dale Vince, the chairman of Forest Green, questioned whether that was the case.

"Surprised to read this. Tranmere's proposal is complex and looks designed specifically for their circumstances - to avoid relegation. I see no equity or logic in it," he wrote on Twitter.

Tranmere are currently in 21st place in League One and would be relegated if unweighted PPG was applied.