Crisis club Bury's fixtures could be suspended ahead of the new season, the English Football League has warned.
The Shakers were last week deducted 12 points ahead of the new Sky Bet League One season after entering a Company Voluntary Agreement over unpaid debts.
But Bury's future remains in the air with the local Safety Advisory Group meeting on Thursday to consider whether the club meets all the requirements necessary to safely stage EFL fixtures at Gigg Lane for the 2019-20 season.
The EFL, said in a statement, that the league has the ability to suspend Bury's fixtures under Regulation 28.2 should the SAG confirm the club does not have the sufficient resources and facilities for its opening fixtures and/or it fails to provide all the outstanding information and documentation.
EFL executive chair Debbie Jevans, said:
Bury were promoted last season and entered the CVA after a winding-up petition over unpaid debts was adjourned at the High Court last month.