Athlone Town's clash with Cobh Ramblers in the SSE Airtricity League first division will go ahead as scheduled tomorrow.
The club are currently embroiled in an investigation into irregular betting patterns during last week's 3-1 defeat to Longford Town.
The League of Ireland side was rocked by allegations of match fixing after it emerged that sums of money were staked on a late goal being scored in that game.
In stoppage time the odds should've been against another goal being scored. In this instance the odds were on another goal, which came from Longford's Enda Curran in the 93rd minute.
The change in odds so late and the amount of money staked alerted UEFA to the situation, they in turn briefed the FAI on the irregular betting patterns.
The FAI are to begin their formal investigation on Monday May 8th. They're set to interview players, coaches and staff of the club.
In a statement to 98FM Sport the FAI confirmed Athlone would fulfil the fixture despite being the subject of an ongoing investigation.
A spokesperson for the FAI was unable to clarify whether or not any players or coaches at the centre of the controversy have been stood down or provisionally suspended while the investigation is ongoing.
The spokesperson added: "We won't be issuing any statements whilst the investigation is ongoing."