Riverside Olympic will play its NPL Tasmania match with champion Devonport just three days after it was postponed.
The round 14 clash could not be played as scheduled on Saturday afternoon when West Tamar Council was forced to close the Windsor Park ground.
However, the club and council were determined to get the game played this week and announced on Monday that it will go ahead at 7.30pm on Tuesday evening.
The hasty rearrangement suits the Strikers, who were keen to avoid a fixture backlog with the FFA Cup on the horizon, and Olympic, even though it will mean two night games in four days with a derby at Launceston City looming on Friday.
Olympic president Stuart McCarron said the outcome suited all parties.
"We're happy to get the game underway because neither club wants a backlog of fixtures towards the end of the season," he said.
"Two games in four days is not ideal but we should be fine on the basis that we did not play Saturday.
"It was unfortunate it was called off on Saturday but the main ground was unplayable and dangerous.
"We have a great relationship with the council. Their ground keeper came off holidays to try and help on Saturday and they've been slicing the ground since to try and get the water away."
Strikers president Drew Smith was also happy with developments.
"(The main ground) wouldn't have been up to standard for an NPL match," he said.
"We've got a fairly busy schedule coming into the back end of the year - with the FFA Cup game - so we were quite keen to get the game and dusted," he said.
"We're just trying to get it played as quickly as possible."