The Division will still have games scheduled in order to complete the season at the May 18 set date. As a result, games will be played later this week at the Lebanon House Court in Tudu.
Division leaders Tudu Galaxy will be in action on Thursday May 4 against Ghana Navy who have the title in their sight.
Despite lying third in the five team standings, Navy has lost just a game in four fixtures and has played two games fewer than Galaxy and second placed Braves of Customs.
Galaxy leads the standings with 10 points and need a win to distance itself from Braves who lie just a point and a spot behind.
The second game of the round will have University of Ghana (UG) take on Fire Service in a battle between the bottom ranked sides in the division.
A General Meeting will be held at the venue on May 5 at the same venue with representatives from teams in the division expected to attend.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter