NRL chief executive David Gallop says tomorrow night's game between Brisbane and the Bulldogs is back on.
Gallop and Broncos CEO Bruno Cullen have come to an agreement over the last few hours which will see the match take place.
Cullen said he was concerned for the players welfare after not having a proper training all week, but he said that the players were determined to play.
Reports from earlier tonight said that Broncos officals had told the NRL that they would not field a team for tomorrow's home game against the Bulldogs.
Earlier today, after it was announced Karmichael Hunt had tested positive to swine flu, the NRL released this statement.
"The NRL has today confirmed that the match between the Brisbane Broncos and the Canterbury Bulldogs will go ahead as scheduled at Suncorp Stadium tomorrow night.
"The confirmation follows discussions with the Queensland and NSW Health Authorities who have said that despite Broncos fullback Karmichael Hunt testing positive to the H1N1 virus that match can proceed.
"Karmichael has been treated with Tamiflu since Tuesday and depending on a medical assessment of his condition may still be able to take part in the match.
"The NRL has today confirmed with both the Queensland and NSW Health Authorities that all other Broncos players will be able to take part in Friday night