The Premier League Board has postponed the three outstanding match-day-16 games originally fixed for this Wednesday.
The fixtures were for the three clubs who were involved in CAF Inter-Club Competitions.
The rescheduling is to help Asante Kotoko, Medeama, Berekum Chelsea and Ebusua Dwarfs have enough time to prepare for their second leg matches.
“The Premier League Board has considered requests from Clubs participating in the CAF Inter-Club Competitions and has decided that since the return leg of their international matches clash with the dates fixed for the outstanding matches, the following match-day-16 fixtures be played on Monday 24th February, 2014,” a PLB statement said.
Asante Kotoko and Berekum Chelsea will be travelling to Liberia and South Sudan respectively for their CAF Champions League return leg ties this weekend.
Medeama host the Panthers from Equatorial Guinea and Dwarfs visit ASC Diaraf in the Confederation Cup.