THE National League will wait to see what the EFL do before making a decision themselves on the outcome of their leagues.

It means that the wait for Bradford (Park Avenue) to find out their fate goes on.

Mark Bower’s side sit 12 points from safety at the foot of the Vanarama National League North table.

Relegation seems unlikely given that no teams will be promoted from the the league below (Northern Premier League), after steps three to seven of the non-league pyramid were declared null and void by the Football Association at the end of March.

The FA Council ratified that decision a couple of weeks later.

But the wait goes on for those in the higher divisions.

It is understood that a National League meeting took place yesterday, where 65 out of the 68 clubs concerned put forward a range of views.

The organisation is still keen to promote two sides into the EFL.

A number of the clubs would not like to give up the possibility of playing a play-off either, although it is understood they are in the minority.

If any games of this nature were to go ahead, the league would need to get clearance from the FA to extend their playing deadline past the May 31 cut-off point.

It has also been reported that the National League board now favour a united decision on the play-offs across steps one and two, rather than accepting different outcomes for the two levels.

But the league have not yet ruled out that results could be expunged altogether and the season declared null and void.

A final decision is expected no earlier than next week.