France will face Scotland in a potentially decisive delayed Six Nations fixture on March 26.
The match was postponed from February 28 following a coronavirus outbreak in the French squad.
But it has found a new date in Paris next Friday, outside of the international window, tournament organisers confirmed.
It is reported the Premiership will allow key Scotland players to feature in the match, with France's Top 14 potentially following suit.
The game could yet decide the destination of this year's Six Nations title.
France are third heading into the final scheduled weekend of the competition and they host unbeaten leaders Wales this Saturday.
Victory for Wales would seal a Grand Slam triumph, but a France win could give them the opportunity to snatch glory against Scotland six days later.