Moyale Barracks will stick to Chitowe Stadium in Dwangwa after refusing to return to their home ground, Mzuzu Stadium, in a TNM Super League against Blantyre United on Saturday.
It will be one of this weekendâ€™s 18 league fixtures across Malawi.
Super League of Malawi (Sulom), who on Tuesday insisted that it was impossible to entertain Moyaleâ€™s request to play home matches at Chitowe, changed the tune in an interview with several radio stations on Thursday.
â€œMoyale want to have home matches in Chitowe to show their anger and punish hooligans who mess up their games at Mzuzu Stadium,â€ said Sulom vice-general secretary Thoko Chazema on Tuesday.
Mzuzu Stadium has witnessed violence of late including during Big Bullets match against Super Eagles recently.
Full fixtures are as follows: Saturday: Moyale vs Blantyre United @ Mzuzu Stadium; Epac FC vs Red Lions @ Silver Stadium; Escom United vs Blue Eagles @ Kalulu Stadium; Mighty Wanderers vs Kamuzu Barracks @ Balaka; Civo United vs Mafco FC @ Civo Stadium; Escom vs Blue Eagles @ Kalulu. Sunday: Kabwafu FC vs Blantyre United @ Mzuzu Stadium; Big Bullets vs Blue Eagles @ Zacc; Azam Tigers vs Bvumbwe Research @ Kalulu Stadium; Silver Strikers vs Red Lions @ Silver Stadium.