The AFLW minor premiers are set to miss out on a home-ground advantage for the 2018 Grand Final.
Ikon Park is looking the most likely choice with both Whitten Oval and Casey Fields out of the picture.
If this happens, it will be the second season in a row the minor premiers have not had a home ground advantage after the Brisbane Lions were forced to move to Carrara Stadium in 2017.
"For all of us, it's about making sure that we build the atmosphere of the AFLW grand final and find the best venue for that," AFLW football boss Nicole Livingstone said.
The Western Bulldogs and Melbourne Demons will be fighting it out for minor premiers on Saturday afternoon at Whitten Oval.
While Whitten Oval was previously an option it does not have the capacity of Ikon Park with only 10,000 and Casey Fields considered to be too far from the CBD.
Last years grand final upset saw 15,610 people watched Adelaide be crowned the inaugural Premiers.
The Grand Final is set to be played on March 24 but the AFL doesn't want a double header with the men's game, which ruled out Etihad Stadium and the MCG as well.
Livingstone was diplomatic when asked about the likely venue.
"My preference is for a Grand Final that is filled with atmosphere - that creates the best-possible atmosphere for the two teams competing," she said.