All professional devices in England were suspended almost seven weeks ago due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Albion was the last in action on March 7, playing a 0-0 draw at Swansea City which left them one point behind Leeds United in the race for the title.
The EFL remains committed to ending the season – a result the Baggies are hoping to try to seal their return to the Premier League.
Now Sweden has made the decision to reschedule sporting events from June, allowing football to resume.
June 14 has been set as the return date for the two main divisions, the Allsvenskan and the Superettan.
“Since the leagues were postponed, the goal has been to play the first games in early June. Now we can say that the date we are working on is June 14, “said a statement issued by the Swedish elite.
“The ambition is still to play all matches with the supporters in the stadiums, but elite Swedish football is constantly following the developments of the coronavirus in society as a whole and possible new directives from the authorities. “
A return date of June 8 is said to be under review by the EFL, with players able to resume training in May.
The matches would most likely be played behind closed doors for health and safety reasons.
Albion boss Slaven Bilic said: “It is different. It’s not pleasant, it’s better to play with the crowd because they are essential. It’s a totally different feeling.
“I’ve played a few of these games, it’s not the atmosphere at all. No one says it’s better to play without a crowd, but unfortunately that is the only way, or perhaps it is the only way for us to end the season.
“For me, I think it’s better to do it that way than not to play at all – it would be a disaster. I’m not talking about a disaster for who finishes first or second – I’m talking about some clubs that will have big problems that you couldn’t get over
“It’s for the good of the season; not who will be promoted, or will Liverpool win the league? These are little things. The biggest one is for the good of football clubs.
“Some clubs are struggling and they need to function, they need to live and they need games. It’s not ideal to play behind closed doors, but if that’s the only way we have to adjust.
“I played in these games – it’s like playing training. We have to adapt. ”