Bankwest Stadium will host three games in round eight of the NRL season after an inspection was carried out in response to concerns raised over the state of the field.
Sydney Roosters duo Victor Radley and Sam Verrills both suffered serious knee injuries during the first half of their team's 26-12 victory over St George-Illawarra Dragons last Friday.
However, following an independent examination of the playing surface, the venue has been cleared for use.
"We had two really unfortunate season-ending injuries there and no one ever wants to see that," NRL head of football Graham Annesley said.
"The fact they happened so close together did raise questions and the NRL acted quickly. By close of business that night we had organised an independent inspection of the field the next morning.
"That took place and the detailed report we received was an assessment across the field in many different points.
"They took readings for traction, firmness and any other gauge to determine the quality of a professional sporting field.
"All of those readings came back to an acceptable range. The Rugby League Players Association were in attendance for that and they were satisfied."
Annesley also confirmed that plans to replace the field have been moved forward, adding: "They started that process late last night. By the time we get to round eight this week it will effectively be a brand new surface."
Parramatta Eels against North Queensland Cowboys will kick off the action at the ground on Friday.
Wests Tigers will then take on table-topping Penrith Panthers the following day, while the trio of fixtures at Bankwest Stadium will be completed on Sunday when the Canterbury Bulldogs meet the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
Meanwhile, a number of clubs have been granted permission to play at their respective homes again.
Canberra Raiders are to host the Dragons at GIO Stadium, Gold Coast Titans will be back at Cbus Super Stadium for their clash with Cronulla Sharks and Manly Sea Eagles return to Lottoland to take on Newcastle Knights.