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What to watch this weekend in women’s sports

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Club soccer dominates the women’s sports lineup this weekend as NWSL teams play their final regular-season matches. Four clubs are battling it out for three remaining playoff spots, with the last six games critical in the postseason race.

Here’s what to watch and how:

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NWSL: NJ/NY Gotham FC vs. Racing Louisville FC

Thursday, October 28 at 7:30 p.m. ET on Twitch.

Gotham FC can stamp their ticket to the playoffs with a win against Racing Louisville on Thursday in Lynn Family Stadium. The team enters the matchup with a strong away record, notching 17 points in 11 road games.

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NWSL: Orlando Pride vs. Chicago Red Stars

Friday, October 29 at 7 p.m. ET on Twitch.

On the brink of a playoffs berth, Chicago will look for a win against Orlando to secure their postseason spot. The Red Stars and Pride’s last meetup ended in a 1-0 Chicago win.

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NWSL: Kansas City vs. OL Reign

Saturday, October 30 at 8 p.m. ET on Paramount+

Although OL Reign has already locked up their playoff spot and Kansas City has been eliminated from contention, there is still plenty on the line in the teams’ Saturday contest. A win could help clinch a bye for OL Reign, helping to solidify their place in the NWSL semifinals.

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NWSL: Portland Thorns vs. North Carolina Courage

Saturday, October 30 at 10 p.m. ET on Twitch

The North Carolina Courage enters Saturday’s matchup 7th in the NWSL standings after three consecutive losses. A win against Portland on Sunday could keep the Courage’s playoff hopes alive.

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NWSL: Washington Spirit vs. Houston Dash

Sunday, October 31 at 2 p.m. ET on Paramount+

The Houston Dash currently sit in the sixth and final postseason spot and will hope to lock up a playoff berth in their game against the Washington Spirit. The Dash will also keep their eyes on the Courage, as Houston needs to stay ahead of North Carolina in points to advance to the playoffs.

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NWSL: NJ/NY Gotham FC vs. Racing Louisville FC

Sunday, October 31 at 3 p.m. ET on CBS Sports Network

Gotham FC will get a second shot to clinch a playoff spot against Louisville on Sunday should they come up short on Thursday. Another title up for grabs is the Golden Boot, with Gotham FC’s Margaret Purce currently second in the league’s goal-scorers race.

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Primera División: FC Barcelona vs. Real Sociedad

Sunday, October 31 at 7 a.m. ET on and

FC Barcelona will take on Real Sociedad in a battle for the top of the table on Sunday. Barcelona currently sits atop the league, starting the season with an unbeaten record.

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D1 Féminine: ASJ Soyaux Charente vs. Olympique Lyonnais

Sunday, October 31 at 7:45 a.m. ET on

Olympique Lyonnais enters Sunday’s contest undefeated, while Soyaux Charente sits in last place with just one win on the season. Catarina Macario, a rising star for the USWNT, has been lighting up Lyon’s attack, notching four goals and one assist in six matches with the club.


D1 Féminine: Dijon FCO vs. Paris Saint-Germain

Sunday, October 31 at 7:45 a.m. ET on and

Paris Saint-Germain and fourth place Dijon will face off on Sunday, as PGS looks to remain unbeaten. The contest will be a critical test for PSG in the club’s quest to defend their league title.

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