The Sydney Roosters and the NRL have given the SCG the all-clear after inspecting the ground's surface on Tuesday.
Officials from both clubs met with the SCG and the stadium's groundsmen on Tuesday afternoon, after a number of independent tests were conducted on the ground's surface on Monday.
"Those results gave no one any concern over the playing surface. We've got no concerns and neither have the NRL," Sydney Roosters chief executive Joe Kelly told AAP.
"The SCG explained their ongoing maintenance program to us and the fact they're testing it very regularly and will be keeping us briefed."
The Roosters don't play on the ground for another two weeks until Anzac Day against St George Illawarra, but the Sydney Swans are due back there in the AFL on Thursday night.
In the two NRL games played at the ground in wet conditions, there have been no serious lower body injuries as a result of the turf.
The Roosters are now confident no upgrades or work need to be done before that match, as they continue to use the ground during the three-year redevelopment of Allianz Stadium.
The NRL's head of football Graham Annesley also said they didn't plan on needing ongoing checks on the ground.
"Their turf management plan they have in place on an ongoing basis is monitored and addressed as they go," Annesley said.
"They're constantly getting the turf in the best shape.
"They've replaced a lot of turf (before the season started). We're comfortable. We'll monitor it on an ongoing basis but we won't go and check it game by game."
The independent tests come after Sydney FC moved their next A-League home game to Jubilee Oval at Kogarah.
However the club said their main issue was with the centre square compromising the uniformity of the field for the round-ball game, and not player safety after Melbourne Victory player Terry Antonis' knee injury was not as bad as first thought.
Australian Associated Press