Rangers’ bid for an independent investigation into the vote to terminate the Scottish Professional Football League season will go to clubs on May 12.
The Ibrox club need 32 votes in their favour to force the probe.
The Glasgow team stated they would produce evidence supporting their stance “well in advance” of a meeting.
On Monday night, a statement from the league read: “The SPFL board met this evening to consider requisitions by Heart of Midlothian FC, Rangers FC and Stranraer FC calling for an EGM to consider a resolution put forward by them.
“The board considered the request and has now called an EGM for 11am on Tuesday, May 12.”