SOUTHEND United have yet to decide how they vote to end the League One season, Echosport understands.

Clubs must choose between looking to try and complete the campaign or deciding the final League places on a points per game ratio.

The Shrimpers - who are scheduled to play another nine games this term - are currently second from bottom in League One standings, 16 points from safety.

And both options currently on the table will end with Sol Campbell’s side being relegated into League Two.

Blues have not played since the start of March due to the coronavirus pandemic and Southend chairman Ron Martin had been hoping EFL chiefs would opt to null and void the season.