The Meteors will travel to Sydney instead of Melbourne this weekend, after Cricket Australia was forced to relocate their match against Victoria.
Melbourne's COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent five-day lockdown last week left the league searching for an alternative venue for Victoria's home game against the ACT.
It will now be played on neutral ground at Blacktown International Sportspark, with the Victorian squad expected to travel to the Harbour City on Saturday.
They will also play their match against South Australia at Blacktown, on February 23.
Victoria has won its first two Women's National Cricket League fixtures this season, while the Meteors have lost their past two after opening their summer with a stirring win over Queensland.
Players were given last weekend off thanks to a break in their WNCL fixture. They'll have another fortnight between matches after their clash with Victoria, their next match not until March 5 at home against competition heavyweight NSW.
Meanwhile, the Meteors have confirmed wicketkeeper Matilda Lugg will miss the rest of the season after breaking her finger just days out from the season opener.
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