The 2019-20 Highland League Cup will be completed in October behind closed doors with matches streamed online.
With last season cut short in March due to the coronavirus pandemic the competition couldn’t be finished in its usual time slot.
However, the semi-finals between Brora Rangers and Buckie Thistle at Dudgeon Park and Formartine United and Rothes at North Lodge Park have now been scheduled for October 17.
The final will be played a week later at a venue yet to be decided.
With no supporters allowed to attend the ties due to Scottish Government restrictions all three will be streamed online for supporters to watch on a pay-per-view basis.
Initially the Highland League had hoped to start the 2020-21 season on October 17, but with fans being unable to attend the decision was taken at a league management committee meeting earlier this week to pause the beginning of the new campaign until at least November 28.
A Highland League statement read: “In making this decision, the league management committee took the view that, while the start of season 2020-2021 had been paused, there remained an opportunity to complete season 2019-20 in a concise form and within current match guidelines.”