Clubs up and down Scotland will today be able to dial in to the SPFL to discuss issues they are facing as a result of the suspension of football.
The season is on hold indefinitely as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, which is now a global health crisis.
Currently, there is no indication as to when the current season will get back up and running, if at all.
The game being suspended is extremely damaging for many clubs, who depend heavily on the income from matchdays to sustain.
No football means they are losing out, and clubs such as Partick Thistle and Raith Rovers have already asked loyal supporters for donations, while Hearts are to cut the wages of full-time employees by 50% starting in April.
Clubs will be able to hold conference calls with members of the SPFL today about the concerns they have as a result of the shutdown.
Administrative members of the SPFL are supposedly in place at Hampden ahead of what is sure to be a busy day.
It was announced by the SFA yesterday that member clubs are to receive end-of-season payments early, in a bid to help struggling clubs.