The unbeaten Doyle was to have faced the Aberdeen Assassin at the Granite City's Beach Ballroom, but will now box a non-title, warm-up bout at Paisley Town Hall.
The 27-year-old's Commonwealth title challenge has been re-scheduled with a new date of November 25 pencilled in but yet to be confirmed.
Doyle's manager Tommy Gilmour remains upbeat about his boxer's ability to bring home the bacon from the north east and cement a possible all-Glasgow title battle with Willie Limond down the line.
Gilmour said: "Lee McAllister suffered a back injury in training last week and the bout has had to be put back until November. That is a frustration for both boxers, but part and parcel of the sport.
"But it's important to keep Eddie ticking over and as such he will be boxing at Paisley Town Hall, on a Saltire Promotions bill, on Friday, October 19, which is being topped by Kris Carslaw.
"But with regard to his fight with McAllister, there is every chance the winner could face Willie Limond. If Eddie prevails in Aberdeen, then an all-Glasgow battle with Willie would be a massive fight for the city.
"To some extent Eddie has come along under the radar. But I can tell you he is one of the biggest ticket sellers in the West of Scotland and a hugely popular fighter on the Scottish professional scene.
"He is 11 fights unbeaten and more than ready for his opportunity at the Commonwealth title. What's more, he will take a big support up the road to Aberdeen and I am confident he won't let any of his fans down."
lTickets for the Paisley Town Hall promotion are available from Saltire Promotions on 0141 840 1693, priced £30 unreserved and £40 unreserved ringside.