The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has ordered the Champions League preliminary round second leg game between Asante Kotoko and FC Nouadibou to be played on Sunday 6 December 2020.
The game was scheduled for 5 December at the Accra Sports Stadium but had to be called off to health reasons.
The game was cancelled after two players of Noadhibou were reported to have contracted COVID-19, but officials of the club wanted them to feature.
The decision forced the delay off the game for almost an hour forcing the referee to call it off.
"Our CAF Champions League preliminary round second-leg clash is officially called off. Stay tuned for more details," Kotoko wrote on Twitter officially confirming the cancellation of the match.
FC Noaudibou had also requested official confirmation from health authorities on the status of their players ahead of the game.
The game was delayed for close to an hour before it was called off.
In a statement from CAF the game will be played on Sunday.
— CAF MEDIA (@CAF_Media) December 5, 2020