Aqib Fiaz’s clash with Kane Baker will take place next month.

The Lees prospect was pulled out by trainer Jamie Moore on the eve of his outing at Matchroom’s ‘Fight Camp’ on August 7 after feeling unwell.

Now the fight will take place on Sunday, October 4, with a venue still to confirmed.

Promoters Matchroom have announced a series of shows but are waiting for clarity on how many spectators, if any, will be allowed to attend.

“I’m excited to announce our latest shows as we continue to bring boxing back during these unprecedented times,” said promoter Eddie Hearn.

“It’s so important to continue the momentum and as we leave behind an epic Fight Camp series, we now hope to see fans return to arenas.

“As those talks continue with the government, we are committed to running these shows with or without fans.”

Highly-rated Fiaz, who has won all five of his fights as a professional, is taking a step up against the well-travelled Baker, who has 13 wins and six defeats on his record.

It will be Fiaz’s Matchroom debut after signing a promotional deal with the company.