Premiership action continues over the weekend with six scheduled games coming up across the match centres on match-day-24.
Two of the weekend's games has been rescheduled for a later date by the Professional League Board.
The decision by the league organizers means four premiership sides would have a free weekend as the remaining twelve clubs slug it out at various match centres across the country.
Bofoakwa Tano's home match at the Coronation park in Sunyani with Feyenoord Academy has been postponed to March 4 as the two clubs make way for an international game to be played at the venue on Sunday.
Ghana's Olympic side would take on their Nigerian opponents in the first leg tie of the final qualifier for the All-African Games competition at the Coronation park.
The other game deferred for another date is the Berekum Arsenals tie with AshantiGold.
The Miners who have five players engaged in national assignments for the Olympic team and the junior national side, the Black Starlets sought the postponement of the game.
Both sides would now honour their weekend's game on March 11 at the Golden City park.
However, match action begins on Saturday as league leaders, Accra Hearts of Oak kick off match-day-24 at the Carl Reindorff grounds.
The Phobians are pitted against struggling league debutants, Tema Youth who have endured a torrid time lately going winless in their last six games.
With a four point lead at the summit, Hearts of Oak would be attempting to increase their lead to seven with a win over Tema Youth.
On Sunday, Liberty Professionals would get the Carl Reindorff park busy again with a game against Great Olympics.
At the Kpando park, fourth-placed Heart of Lions could go third with a win over King Faisal.
Gamba All Blacks would be at home to Real Sportive at the Swedru park. Sportive have been impressive in their last three outings but are faced with a tough battle against the Black Magicians.
In Cape Coast, Asante Kotoko would seek to revive their title defence ambitions with a game against Real Tamale United who are battling relegation with seven games to go.
Power FC, held up bottom welcome Sekondi Hasaacas to the Ho sports stadium.