After writing to clubs last week, the EFL has now penned a letter to fans to discuss their plans on how to finish the current campaign.

The Chair of English Football, Rick Parry, has written an open letter to supporters across the country where he admitted that it’s ‘unclear’ when fans will be able to attend games.

Wycombe’s last outing was almost two months ago, when they lost 3-1 away to Doncaster Rovers on February 29.

The Chairboys are eighth and one of three clubs to be stuck on 59 points before the EFL was suspended last month.

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In the letter, Parry confirmed that the EFL’s goal is delivering a ‘successful conclusion’ to the 2019/20 season, giving Wycombe a chance of gaining promotion to the Championship.

Plans are being worked on by the EFL to allow all fans to be able to watch all their club’s remaining games via iFollow or other partners.

Parry said: “To give you an honest assessment of the current situation; the point at which you will be able to attend games again remains unclear.

“Please be assured, however, that we are going to welcome you back to stadiums as soon as it is safe to do so.

“Your contribution to the matchday experience and atmospheres created in stadia up and down the country is something we should never take for granted.

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“Unfortunately, I cannot tell you today when football will resume, though whenever we do return, matches are likely to be played without crowds.

“And whilst we are unfortunately without the presence of the hundreds of thousands of supporters who pass through EFL turnstiles each week, we will endeavour to bring live football direct into your homes once it returns.

“Plans are continuing to be worked up for all games to be broadcast either via our broadcast partners, iFollow or equivalent club streaming services.

“The contribution to football’s finances made by match-going supporters should not be underestimated.

“It is critical to the business model of league football.

“Perhaps the biggest challenge right now is not knowing when we will be able to reintroduce football in front of crowds.

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“We can only hope that the situation develops in such a way that we will be able to do with the shortest possible break.

“With or without spectators, delivering a successful conclusion to the 2019/20 season remains our goal to ensure the integrity of our competitions.

“This, of course, means that a number of factors – including when, where and within what timeframe fixtures will be played – must be given careful consideration in line with Government advice.

“Aside from two catastrophic World Wars, this pandemic is arguably the most challenging issue to have affected football since the League was founded 132 years ago.

“As I said when I arrived, the EFL and its clubs matter to many people, but most of all to the supporters.

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“The next few weeks will bring more clarity when it comes to our operational plans and, as always, we’ll look to maintain regular communication.”

Wycombe have the joint best home record in League One this season, and with the uncertainty of the remaining fixtures to be played with no crowd, manager Gareth Ainsworth may feel this could disadvantage his team.

However, they still have 10 games remaining this season, and are currently three points off the automatic promotions places.