With the globe seemingly in lockdown and football no nearer to ending the current campaign, it has left many wondering whether promotion and relegation will even happen in Spain this year.
If the season does end up being null and voided, who are the clubs most likely to lose out on a seat at the elite table of Spanish football?
It has been 14 years since Cadiz last graced La Liga and the club known as the yellow submarine sit in prime spot in the Segunda division to make an immediate return – but only of the season can be completed.
After 31 games, Cadiz hold a one-point advantage at the summit over Real Zaragoza but perhaps more importantly, six-points over Almeria in third.
Cadiz’s only topflight season this Millennium came during 2005/06 when they finished 19th so it would be a real shame if the club were denied their shot at promotion.
Real Zaragoza has spent a majority of its history in Spain’s topflight having spent 58 seasons in La Liga.
However, they haven’t graced the top tier since the 2012/13 season, and this is there best chance of returning to the top.
Sitting just one point behind Cadiz, the Whites will still fancy their chances of clinching the title and with a five-point cushion over third, will be confident of at least finishing inside the top two.
The playoff hopefuls
As the table stands, Almeria, Huesca, Girona, and Elche occupying from third to sixth.
Elche in sixth boast a four-point gap over seventh place Mirandes and so far, it is looking likely these four will contest the end of season playoffs.
There are some familiar names in there too as both Girona and Huesca found themselves relegated from La Liga last season.
Whatever the decision will be on this season, there will undoubtedly be winners and losers, but the six sides mentioned above will be eager for the season not to be a right off.