Super Netball has swapped round 11 for round 14 in a move to ensure all eight clubs can play as many home games as possible with four rounds remaining amid Sydney's COVID-19 outbreak.
Sunshine Coast Lightning are set to return to USC Stadium to play in front of a home crowd for the first time in three weeks, hosting the Giants on Saturday afternoon.
The Queensland Firebirds travel to Perth to play the West Coast Fever, also on Saturday.
A Melbourne derby will headline Sunday's action, with the Melbourne Vixens to host Collingwood at John Cain Arena at 1pm.
In the final match, the NSW Swifts will play the Adelaide Thunderbirds in Victoria at 3:30pm, with the league yet to confirm a venue.
In the original draw the Swifts and Giants were due to meet in a cross-town derby but that was ruled out with the COVID-19 outbreak in NSW worsening and teams remaining out of the state.
New Netball Australia boss Kelly Ryan said the league would continue to update the competition on health advice.
"We will continue to monitor the health advice and update the fixture on a weekly basis," Ryan said.
"We are determined to make the season as fair as possible for the teams and give our fans every opportunity to watch live netball."