The National Basketball League has confirmed the Melbourne United and South East Melbourne Phoenix game will be played at Bendigo Stadium on January31.
The NBL released the round three schedule on Tuesday and the United-Phoenix game has been slated for January 31 at 3pm.
The match was originally scheduled for January 9, but the league was forced to change its fixture because of border closures and COVID-19 restrictions.
NBL commissioner Jeremy Loeliger said the league was excited to play its first game in Victoria this season in Bendigo.
"Bendigo is a great basketball city in regional Victoria and we look forward to playing more games there across the season,'' he said.
"We will continue to monitor the situation across Australia in the hope we can also schedule games in New South Wales as soon as possible. It was great to see so many fans attend the first round last weekend and we hope venue capacities can continue to build across the season.
"The round went as smoothly as we could have hoped and we witnessed world class basketball and already this is shaping as another very even and fiercely contested season."
Tickets for the match in Bendigo on January 31 are still available through www.ticketek.com.au
NBL schedule, round three:
Brisbane Bullets v Sydney Kings, Nissan Arena, 3pm AEDT
Adelaide 36ers v New Zealand Breakers, Adelaide Entertainment Centre, 7.30pm
Cairns Taipans v The Hawks, Cairns Pop-Up Arena, 7.30pm
Perth Wildcats v South East Melbourne Phoenix, RAC Arena, 9.30pm
Brisbane Bullets v Cairns Taipans, Nissan Arena, 5.30pm
Adelaide 36ers v Sydney Kings, Adelaide Entertainment Centre, 8pm
Melbourne United v South East Melbourne Phoenix, Bendigo Stadium, 3pm
Perth Wildcats v New Zealand Breakers, RAC Arena, 5pm
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