Albury's double points game has been scrapped but the Steamers will host Ag College at Murrayfield on Saturday following Victorian lockdown changes this week.
Albury has only played one of their last six games, a first grade loss to Tumut on July 17, due to the impact on their player numbers.
With their next two rounds on the border the current restrictions won't have the same impact.
However their place in the Southern Inland finals are not as assured.
Albury are two points clear of Tumut in fourth spot with three rounds to play in first grade while the women's team is a comfortable third.
However Conolly Rugby Complex will play host to the first two weeks of the finals series.
With Wagga removed from the Victorian border bubble this week the location also poses an issue next month.
Southern Inland president Warwick Grant hopes it won't be an issue.
"We have looked at it and Albury is the only team who might be affected," Grant said.
"If it hasn't changed by finals time then Albury will probably have to be withdrawn as the first semi is definitely in Wagga and we've advised Albury of that.
"They're accepting of that and there is not much we can do about that."
Southern Inland have also changed their approach to Albury's clash with Wagga City next week.
After their round one game was postponed due to COVID restrictions, the two teams were set to play off for double points.
However rugby manager Jack Heffernan revealed the round one game has been credited as a scoreless draw.
Next week's game will now have the normal points up for grabs.
"The board thought back to their decision around Wagga City and wanted to remain consistent across their process," Heffernan said.
"They've reviewed that decision and have decided to make it the same as others made in recent weeks."
Waratahs also return to the field for the first time in a month.
The Wagga club hasn't played since their 45-26 loss to Wagga City on July 3.
Waratahs had two byes before Albury didn't make the trip to Wagga last week.
They head to Tumut for the second time this year and with the Bulls fighting to secure their finals berth, coach Michael Davis expects a big challenge.
"I think it will be difficult up there again," Davis said.
"Last time everything just clicked for us up there while they had a few players out and then got a red card in the game.
"Playing with 14 men didn't help and sometimes you just have those days.
"We had one day against City, where they just flogged us and we didn't have any answers on the day, but I'm sure they will be a lot tougher."
While the time off has given the club plenty of time to rest any injury problems, and with the exception of Rob Wiltshire they come into the clash at full strength.
However they've had little training time with grounds across the city closed for most of that period.
"It's been pretty interrupted with the wet weather and the byes so it will be good to get back on the paddock," Davis said.
"We've had two training sessions in the last month."