Football Association of Malawi (FAM) says despite crammed international and local engagements, the plan is to wind up the season on October 2.
FAM competitions and communications director Gomezgani Zakazaka said having some matches played during the week means the season could end even earlier.
He said: “Of course, we are aware that there are international engagements coming up such as the  World Cup qualifiers and club tournaments, but we will stick to our schedule by playing mid-week games.”
The Flames will kick-start their World Cup qualfication campaign early September and the following week there will be Confederation of African Football club tournaments which Nyasa Big Bullets and Silver Strikers will take part.
Super League of Malawi fixtures secretary Patrick Chisale also said everything being equal, they plan to wind up the league in October.
“But that is just tentative and it is subject to changes,” he said.
The local top-flight season was initially scheduled to kick off in March 2020, but was delayed for eight months as a preventive measure against the spread of Covid-19.
Barely a month after kick off on November 25, the domestic top-flight league was suspended for three months due to rising cases of Covid-19.
This led to clubs not having a breather after the first round.