It's set to be a significant week as the Championship's return edges ever closer.
There's less than a fortnight to go until the 2019/20 campaign resumes, and the EFL have already provided a significant number of key updates on the restart.
However, more details - some of which will be hugely significant - are set to be revealed over the course of the next week.
The EFL will hold a key meeting on Tuesday, so here are the key details we should learn in the coming days, as well as the answers to the other major Championship restart questions we already know.
Proposals to end the campaign
Clubs had until last Tuesday to submit proposals for how to determine the outcome of the 2019/20 campaign in the event of it being curtailed.
It has been suggested clubs will have five different proposals to vote on at this week's meeting.
You can read more on those proposals here.
This should not have an impact on the Championship given that the vast majority of clubs are keen for the campaign to resume.
Each of the 24 sides in the division have nine matches left to play.
The play-offs will of course follow, but at present, there are a total of 108 Championship games remaining.
The exact dates for these games - or at least the first block as seen with the return of the Premier League - will be announced this week.
The campaign will resume on the weekend of June 20, with the next round of fixtures being on the weekend of June 27. From then onwards, clubs will play a game on a weekend and in midweek until they have fulfilled their fixture list, meaning the regular season will end in the midweek of July 21 or 22.
The play-off final will take place on Sunday, August 2 or Monday, August 3.
It has already been revealed that kick-off times will be far more staggered than usual.
They are as follows:
Sky Sports will show 45 EFL games live over the remaining weeks of the campaign.
They will have a total of 30 Championship fixtures, while they will show all 15 play-off games from its three divisions.
The EFL have already stated that broadcast selections made prior to the season suspension will now not apply.
And it has been revealed the first selections are expected to be available "early next week".
It is anticipated that the league will be played out in the order previously scheduled, or that it will at least be similar to the fixture list set out prior to the start of the campaign.
Season ticket holder access to games
The EFL provided a significant update on Friday as to how fans will be able to watch games.
With all remaining fixtures to be screened live via various platforms, it was revealed that season ticket holders would get to watch all of their club's remaining matches without paying extra.
As for non-season ticket holders, they would be able to watch the action on a game-by-game basis for a fee of £10 per fixture.
This of course only applies if fans haven't already had refunds on season tickets.
Swansea City have started the process of refunding fans over ticket purchases for their outstanding home games.
As for Cardiff City, they have confirmed they will provide a full update on the matter in due course.
And it has also been announced further details in respect to the streaming of matches, season ticket holder access and associated matters will be provided this week.
So that's the upcoming week taken care of. But what do we already know?
Here's what's been made clear already.
Will any games be at neutral venues?
The plan is for matches to be played at clubs' home grounds, although some could yet be moved to neutral venues.
An EFL spokesman said: “It remains our intention to play all remaining league matches at clubs’ home grounds as long as they comply with the relevant government guidelines.
“We will only seek to move matches if they are not permitted by the relevant local authority, following any representations from the local police force.”
Will the campaign definitely resume on June 20?
The date for the season to restart has been set.
And while it appears almost certain that the second tier will be up and running again very soon, the EFL have clearly stated it must be safe for clubs to return to action before a ball can be kicked.
They said: "The restart date of June 20 is on the strict proviso that all safety requirements and Government guidance is met; and that clubs receive clearance from their local authorities in order to stage matches at their home grounds."
Will highlights still be available?
In a word, yes.
Quest will continue to show match highlights on both Saturday evenings and midweek.
Who do Cardiff and Swansea still have to play?
The remaining fixtures for the two Welsh clubs in the division are as follows:
Cardiff City's remaining fixtures: Leeds (H), Preston (A), Charlton (H), Bristol City (A), Blackburn (H), Fulham (A), Derby (H), Middlesbrough (A), Hull (H).
Swansea City's remaining fixtures: Middlesbrough (A), Luton (H), Millwall (A), Sheffield Wednesday (H), Birmingham (A), Leeds (H), Nottingham Forest (A), Bristol City (H), Reading (A).