The game follows a washed-out second day of the Centurions’ clash against Gosnells last weekend.
A win against the Tigers over the next two weeks at Creswell Park could send Joondalup (third) to the top of the table should league leader Rockingham-Mandurah and second-placed Perth experience unlikely losses.
But a defeat could see the reigning premiers fall as far as sixth if the three teams below it secure victories. And Claremont-Nedlands are certain to leap frog the side with a win.
Last Saturday, the Centurions added 28 before declaring on 307, with Gosnells starting well at 0-11.
Rain then washed out play.