Celtic are set to move closer to being crowned Scottish Premiership champions and Hearts demoted to the Championship.
A conference call is scheduled between the top-flight clubs and SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster this afternoon to discuss ending the season.
If an agreement is reached, the league is expected to be terminated in the same way as the Championship and Leagues One and Two, on a points-per-game system.
Aberdeen had written to their top tier rivals last month asking for a decision on the Premiership to be delayed once all avenues are explored in potentially completing the 2019/2020 campaign on the pitch.
However, according to the Daily Record, the clubs reached a “unanimous” decision in a meeting last Friday that the remainder of the season would not be played.
All that stands between Celtic and their ninth league title in a row is approval by the SPFL but that is likely to arrive next week following a board meeting.
On the flip side, Hearts will be replaced by Dundee United in the Premiership.
Ann Budge confirmed on Saturday that a decision to ‘expel’ the Tynecastle side with only 30 games played would see the club consider their options as how to proceed.
She told fans: “Please also be reassured that while the Premiership has not yet been called, should it be so, with Hearts expelled as a result, we will be taking further advice on what options are open to us and to other clubs in the same position, to formally challenge this outcome.”