The Ghana League Clubs Association has rescheduled the next round of matches in the Top Four tournament for Sunday.
GHALCA was compelled to postpone the mid-week fixtures after complaints from Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko that they will be without some influential players who are on national duty in Germany.
Kotoko have three of their players in the camp of the Black Stars while Hearts will miss the services of arch predator Bernard Dong Bortey and Dan Quaye.
Subsequent to the rescheduling of the Top Four fixtures, the Professional League Board has called off the Knockout matches, which were originally billed to be played at the weekend.
The Knockout competition will resume upon the completion of the GHALCA Top Four.