The teams in League One and League Two of Scottish football are confident that the season will get the go-ahead to resume from the Scottish football authorities, the Scottish Sun reports.

League One and League Two has been suspended since the start of January as Scotland bids to get to grip with the Covid-19 epidemic.

Restart plan was submitted

However, the report discloses that the clubs believe that the SPFL will give the green light to the restart plan that submitted by the lower league clubs.

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Broadwood, home of League One side Clyde (Photo by Craig Foy – SNS GroupSNS Group via Getty Images)

Every player in League One and League Two will be tested for the virus once a week, with the clubs paying for the tests.

The report goes on to reveal that the plan is for the leagues to restart in March, and if need be could be extended to June.

Potential great news for clubs

Should the clubs get the nod to get playing again, it will be great news for the League One and League Two clubs. They will no doubt be desperate to get back on the pitch and complete the battle for relegation and promotion.

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League One side Dumbarton manager Jim Duffy (Photo by Rob Casey/SNS Group via Getty Images)

The potential go-ahead would also solve any issues which could resolve with relegation from the Championship and promotion to the same league.

If League One can resume then there will be no issues about who gets promoted or relegated. It would perhaps take players time to get up to speed after being out of action for two months, but that will presumably be sorted as they get into the groove of playing games. Now the clubs wait for official confirmation of the season’s return.

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