By Stephen Mcgowan For The Scottish Daily Mail
Published: 06:12 BST, 1 May 2020 | Updated: 06:13 BST, 1 May 2020
Scotland's top-flight clubs will try to resolve their differences via clear-the-air talks on Friday.
A video conference call of all 12 Premiership teams will see Aberdeen's Dave Cormack and Ron Gordon of Hibs dial in from North America.
Facing calls for his suspension and an independent investigation into the vote to call the season early league Chief Executive Neil Doncaster will not take part in discussions.
Moves to end the Premiership season, crown Celtic champions, will top agenda of talks today
Sportsmail understands warring chairmen and chief executives will use a club-only Zoom session for constructive discussions over the serious, pressing issues caused by the coronavirus crisis.
Moves to end the Premiership season, crown Celtic champions, relegate Hearts and distribute end of season prize money will top the agenda.
Paris Saint-Germain were awarded the French title on the basis of a 12-point lead in the current standings on Thursday.
UEFA have given European leagues a deadline of May 25 to outline their plans to either finish the current season or call it on economic grounds.
Rangers and Hearts argue that pressing decisions on titles and relegation can't be made before all 38 games are completed, with