The match was supposed to be played this Saturday at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre.
Super League of Malawi (SOLUM) says the Blantyre derby has been rescheduled in line with the body's rules and regulations that stipulate that any team contributing more than three players to the national team shall be exempted from playing their matches.
"Further all games scheduled for Karonga Stadium have been rescheduled as well in order to allow SULOM resolve the referees concerns and for SULOM to finalise litigation.
"We further implore clubs to ensure that all covid-19 containment regulations are strictly adhered to," says Williams Banda, SULOM General Secretary.
The Flames are in camp at Mpira Village, formerly Chiwembe Technical Centre, preparing for the 2021 COSAFA tournament to take in South Africa from 7th to 18th July 2021.
The Flames are Group B alongside defending champions Zambia, Madagascar and Comoros.
The team will leave for South Africa on Monday July 5 and will start their campaign against Madagascar on July 7, 2021.