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.

This weekend is jam-packed with must-see WNBA matchups as the league’s regular season concludes. With one playoff spot left to clinch, Friday and Sunday’s games have big implications for the postseason, with the New York Liberty, Washington Mystics, and Los Angeles Sparks all in contention.

The oldest non-major LPGA tour event, the Portland Classic, will is also happening this weekend, airing every afternoon on the Golf Channel.

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Minnesota Lynx vs. Indiana Fever

Friday, September 17 at 7 p.m. ET on CBS Sports Network

Napheesa Collier and Sylvia Fowles lead the Lynx as Minnesota fights for a top seed in the playoffs. The team is up against the Fever, who are out of postseason contention but looking to build on something for next year.

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Washington Mystics vs. New York Liberty

Friday, September 17 at 7 p.m. ET on Twitter

The final spot in the WNBA playoffs looms large over the Mystics and Liberty’s Friday-night matchup. Washington currently sits in the 8th and last playoff slot, while New York is a game back in 10th place.

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Las Vegas Aces vs. Chicago Sky

Friday, September 17 at 8 p.m. ET on NBA TV

The Las Vegas Aces and Chicago Sky will face-off for the third time this regular season after splitting games earlier this month. A’ja Wilson has been red hot for the Aces, leading the team in points and rebounds.

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Phoenix Mercury vs. Seattle Storm

Friday, September 17 at 10 p.m. ET on NBA TV

The Mercury sit 1.5 games back from the Storm and will look to cut into that lead this weekend. The Storm will have to fend off a surging Brittney Griner without Breanna Stewart, who is currently battling injury.

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Atlanta Dream vs. Connecticut Sun

Sunday, September 19 at 1 p.m. ET on NBA TV

The Atlanta Dream will look to contain the Sun’s Jonquel Jones, who is averaging 19.6 points and 11.2 rebounds per game. Connecticut appears unstoppable heading into the playoffs, riding a 12-game win streak.

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Las Vegas Aces vs. Phoenix Mercury

Sunday, September 19 at 3 p.m. ET on ABC

The Aces and Mercury have split games in their previous two regular-season meetings and will play a third and decisive match on Sunday. The matchup will be a battle of the frontcourt, with the Ace’s A’ja Wilson and Mercury’s Brittney Griner going head-to-head.

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Minnesota Lynx vs. Washington Mystics

Sunday, September 19 at 3 p.m. ET on ESPN3

Tina Charles will look to lift the Mystics to the playoffs after a season plagued by injuries. The Lynx have defeated Washington twice this season, while the Mystics edged out a win over Minnesota back in June.

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Los Angeles Sparks vs. Dallas Wings

Sunday, September 19 at 5 p.m. ET on NBA TV

A playoff push once looked unlikely for the Sparks, but a solid end to the season has made a spot in the postseason possible. The game is a must-win for Los Angeles to keep their playoff hopes alive.

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Indiana Fever vs. Chicago Sky

Sunday, September 19 at 6 p.m. ET on CBS Sports Network

Candace Parker and the Sky will look for a solid win in their last regular-season game of the year. Chicago’s Courtney Vandersloot currently leads the league in assists with 8.8 per game.

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Cambia Portland Classic

Thursday, September 16 at 3 p.m. ET on Golf Channel (tee-off)

Friday, September 17 at 3 p.m. ET on Golf Channel

Saturday, September 18 at 3 p.m. ET on Golf Channel

Sunday, September 19 at 3 p.m. ET on Golf Channel

This weekend marks the 50th anniversary of the Cambia Portland Classic. Jin Young Ko is the highest-ranked golfer competing in the LPGA event.