The veteran side was scheduled to play Teshie Rangers in the final game of the round on Saturday, December 8 but the tie will not come on as planned.
This is due to Rangers withdrawal from the 2018 campaign after Week 3 for varied reasons chief among them finances and a lack of player commitment.
As a result, all teams scheduled to go up against Rangers after the withdrawal receives a bye week while earning 20 points and a win.
Panthers rank second in the league standings with 12 points from winning five of seven games but lost in the previous Week.
League leaders CYO beat Panthers 70-63 to extend its winning streak to seven games and open a two point lead over Panthers.
Panthers other loss was a shock 59-60 loss to Dunk Knights in Week One.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter