If the games are unable to played the fairest solution I can think of is this. Before anyone argues I agree that it's not 100% fair. Assuming that football can be played again come June or July or August and that all the leagues have been abandoned but there's not enough time to restart them then a round robin tournament could be arranged for the teams currently in the playoff places plus Hearts since the league is tight and the SPFL want to avoid being sued. For example. Hamilton, Hearts, Inverness, Ayr and Dundee all play each other in one-off games at neutral venues. At the end of the tournament the top team goes to the Premiership, the remaining for 5 go to the Championship. If you include Dundee United in the tournament then, the top 2 teams go to the Premiership and the remaining teams go to the championship. The tournament could be played entirely in about 2 weeks. Thoughts?