Test spinner Nathan Lyon is expected to be fit for the start of NSW's domestic season despite suffering a concussion during a three-day trial match on Tuesday.
Lyon had taken 1-79 from 20 overs before suffering the concussion while fielding in the intra-squad match.
NSW are confident Lyon will be given the green light to play in the Blues' Shield season opener next week.
Cricket Australia released the next phase of fixtures on Wednesday, with NSW to face off against Victoria at Drummoyne Oval from October 27.
It will be the first match of the season for the two sides after COVID-19 outbreaks and border closures scuttled the original schedule.
After NSW and Victoria face off in Sydney, they will head to Melbourne for a second Shield match on November 5-8 at the MCG.
The two sides will return to the 'G for a day-night one-day cup match on November 12.
WA will host South Australia in a one-day clash next Monday, before the teams face off in a Shield game two days later.
Queensland will host Tasmania in a Sheffield Shield match and a one-day game in Townsville on October 27-30 and November 1 respectively, before going on to host WA at the Gabba on November 10-13 for a Shield match and November 15 for a one-day encounter.
Blundstone Arena will also play host to its first Sheffield Shield match of the season on November 10-13, with Tasmania taking on South Australia.
The matches will be crucial preparation for Australia's Ashes hopefuls.
"It's been well documented the challenges we have faced to get the season underway but now we have dates locked in the calendar and are ready to go," NSW head of male cricket Michael Klinger said.
"This is fantastic for both New South Wales and Victorian cricket that we have been able to find a workable solution after a lot of hard work.
"We are very grateful to all our players and staff who have been patiently going about their business in amongst all the uncertainty and now we can't wait to see them get out and play some cricket. We really appreciate their efforts."
SHEFFIELD SHIELD FIXTURES
Oct 27-30: Western Australia v South Australia - WACA Ground
Oct 27-30: Queensland v Tasmania - Riverway Stadium, Townsville
Oct 27-30: New South Wales v Victoria - Drummoyne Oval
Nov 5-8: Victoria v New South Wales - Melbourne Cricket Ground
Nov 10-13: Queensland v Western Australia - Gabba
Nov 10-13: Tasmania v South Australia - Blundstone Arena
ONE-DAY CUP FIXTURES
Oct 25: Western Australia v South Australia - WACA Ground
Nov 1: Queensland v Tasmania - Riverway Stadium, Townsville
Nov 12: Victoria v New South Wales - MCG (Day/Night)
Nov 15: Queensland v Western Australia - GABBA (Day/Night)
Australian Associated Press