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What to watch this weekend in women’s sports

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The USWNT is back in action for the second leg of the team’s fall international friendlies, while the W Series championship race comes down to the wire.

Here’s what to keep an eye on this weekend in women’s sports:

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USWNT vs. Korea Republic

Thursday, Oct. 21 at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN2

The USWNT kick off their two-game international friendly series against Korea Republic on Thursday in Kansas City at Children’s Mercy Park. The games mark Carli Lloyd’s last time taking the pitch with the USWNT after announcing her retirement from the sport in August.

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W Series: Circuit of the Americas

Saturday, Oct. 23 at 6:24-6:59 p.m. ET on beIN Sports

Sunday, Oct. 24 at 12:05-12:40 p.m. ET on beIN Sports

The W Series caps off their second season in Austin, Texas on Sunday at the Circuit of the Americas. The double-header race event is headlined by Alice Powell and Jamie Chadwick, who are currently tied in points for the W Series championship.

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NWSL: Kansas City vs. Gotham FC

Friday, Oct. 22 at 8 p.m. ET on Twitch

Gotham FC is on a late-season tear, with the team’s last loss taking place on Aug. 29. Looking to lock up a playoff spot, Gotham FC will need a win to move up the NWSL standings from their current fifth place.

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NCAA Soccer: North Carolina vs. Florida State

Thursday, Oct. 21 at 8 p.m. ET on fuboTV, ESPN App, ACC Network

Title contender No. 1 Florida State will take on No. 3 North Carolina on Thursday in a marquee college soccer matchup. North Carolina will look to bounce back from a conference loss to North Carolina State.

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NCAA Soccer: Florida St. vs. Duke

Sunday, Oct. 24 at 1 p.m. ET on ACC Network

Florida State will undertake back-to-back top-ten matchups this weekend, the second against Duke. With a 10-2-1 record on the season, Duke has the potential to hand Florida State their first loss of the year.