Swindon Town have been crowned Sky Bet League Two champions after clubs voted to end their season based on points-per-game.
The EFL confirmed League Two clubs had – like their league one counterparts voted to end the season by an “overwhelming majority” following a meeting between English Football League sides.
Crewe and Plymouth join champions Swindon as the three automatically promoted sides into League one.
Cheltenham, Exeter, Colchester and Northampton will contest the play offs with the first games on June 18.
The League Two play-off final, which will take place on June 29, is to be held at Wembley as originally planned, with all games held behind closed doors.