Ricky Stuart fears the Canberra Raiders will be forced out of their home stadium for the entire NRL season in what could be a massive blow to their premiership ambitions. The Raiders will call Campbelltown Stadium home until at least round nine with the NRL turning its back on Canberra Stadium despite no known active coronavirus cases in the ACT. Stuart is hoping the Raiders will be able to return to Canberra Stadium this season but concedes his side may be forced to spend an entire campaign on the road to avenge grand final heartbreak. The ACT is one of only two jurisdictions with no known active cases of COVID-19 but they will be forced to play matches in NSW, Victoria and Queensland with no guarantee of playing at home. "Obviously hoping, but the planets aren't really aligning at the moment in regards to having home games back in Canberra this season," Stuart said on the Behind the Limelight podcast.