MORTON could learn the fate of their season tomorrow when UEFA hold an emergency meeting on whether the 2019-20 campaign will be played to a conclusion amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Saturday’s game with Dundee United, which chief executive David MacKinnon believed would bring in Morton’s biggest crowd of the season, was postponed after all Scottish football was suspended until further notice.

SFA chief executive Ian Maxwell will join the Europe-wide conference call, with the governing body aiming to come up with a plan on how to resolve the current league situation.

The SFA and SPFL are also expected to hold a meeting today.

With the pandemic still to hit peak level in the UK, any progress of the campaign could be made null and void.

Morton are already limiting access to Cappielow to try and prevent a spread of the virus throughout the players and staff.

The club have said that they will update fans with any further information in due course.