Huddersfield Town will not be asked to replay their match against Blackpool.
But the Football League will wait until a week on Thursday, May 14, to make any decision on the result.
Fans of Chris Powell’s side – and Examiner Sports Editor Mel Booth – have called for the points to be awarded to Town and a 3-0 victory to be put in place.
This would take Town above their derby rivals Leeds United into 15th place.
The Football League have announced: “The Football League has confirmed that Blackpool and Huddersfield Town will not be required to finish or re-play their Sky Bet Championship fixture that was abandoned after 48 minutes on Saturday.
“Having considered all of the relevant matters, it was felt that asking the two clubs to play the match again would serve no justifiable purpose given the nature of Saturday’s events and seeing as its result has no bearing on promotion or relegation issues.
“The Board of The Football League will consider the result of the match, and any other matters relating to it that are within its remit, at its next meeting on May 14. In doing so, it will take into the account the observations of both clubs.
“Any matters relating to crowd behaviour will be considered by the Football Association.”