YORK City look set to have an additional wait to learn the outcome of their season after the English Football League (EFL) delayed its meeting.

Vanarama National League North leaders York are waiting on a vote to be put to them by the National League on how the sporting outcomes of their current campaign are to be resolved and how this will affect their promotion hopes.

However, the National League are waiting for a decision to be made by the EFL, who were due to meet on Monday, June 8. However that meeting will now take place on Tuesday, June 9 instead.

In a statement, the EFL said that "a number of proposals" submitted by its clubs are being considered "in respect of proposed amendments to EFL Regulations in order to determine what will happen in the event the 2019/20 season is curtailed in any EFL Division."

On their June 9 meeting, the EFL added: "At that meeting clubs will consider a number of different proposals from clubs and the Board of the EFL."