Blackburn Rovers supporters believe the cornavirus pandemic has strengthened the need for a football restructure, our Great Big Football Lockdown Survey has revealed.

We polled fans across the country on a range of topic and people responded in their thousands to address the issues facing football as a result of the pandemic.

And Rovers supporters feel a restructure of the game is needed with 73 per cent supporting that view.

Tony Mowbray's side are just three points off the Championship play-offs and will be aiming to secure a play-off spot and potential Premier League place when the season resumes later this month.

The financial prize that comes with promotion is huge and will no doubt form part of the reasoning for supporters feeling the current football climate needs addressing.

Rovers supporters are split on whether football should return but unanimously backed relegation with 88 per cent believing the Premier League should demote three clubs.

Should the campaign not be completed Rovers want the standings as they are (43 per cent) while a huge 95 per cent say they would support a player who took the decision not to play on health concerns.

The Blackburn faithful do not want to see games played at neutral venues (43 per cent) while listed boosting morale as the main reason to bring football back.

The majority of Rovers fans (65 per cent) said that they would feel safe attending live football when spectators are allowed back into stadiums but concerns currently are around congregation of fans at stadiums.

Elsewhere, Rovers supporters are split on whether the 2020-21 season will go ahead as scheduled while the consensus was for the transfer window to take place in between two campaigns.

Nationally the fans polled were split on whether football should return with 48 per cent saying yes and 47.7 per cent saying no with the remainder unsure.

Unsurprisingly Liverpool fans wanted the Premier League to return so the Reds can claim their long-awaited title with 90 per cent of Anfield supporters backing a resumption.

In contrast 80 per cent of Manchester City fans oppose one. highlighting the rivalry that has developed between English football's leading two clubs.

Fans are very much in favour of keeping relegation (74 per cent) and supporting a player who wouldn’t play out of safety concerns (87 per cent) in line with the Rovers trends.

Null and void was the leading pick of options if the schedule cannot be completed (38 per cent) just ahead of points per game (36 per cent) while supporters are against neutral venues.