The historic game between Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak is likely to be postponed again.
Asante Kotoko were billed to renew their rivalry at the Barnet Stadium in London in the 63rd Independence Anniversary celebration.
The game was scheduled to come on on March 7 but was rescheduled to April 11.
However, due to the widespread of coronavirus in Europe, the game is likely to be rescheduled again.
Barnet have placed all non-playing staff on notice in "emergency measures to preserve the club" amid the coronavirus pandemic.
"Clearly the report is speculative. But unfortunately, the present situation with the postponement of football in the UK most likely means that the game will also have to be postponed. Our health matters most in all things," a source told GHANASoccernet.com.
"On the bright side both teams already have 6 months visas, so there is room to postpone. We will come out with a definite statement shortly," he added.
It is yet to be known when the game will come on.