Wednesday, June 28
Sky Blue FC vs. Orlando Pride – 7 p.m. ET (go90.com)
Both teams come into the game after tough losses on Saturday. Kelley O’Hara, who missed the 2-1 defeat in Chicago, returns home with Sky Blue FC to host Ali Krieger and the Orlando Pride, which lost 2-0 at home to Houston.
Sky Blue is unbeaten in three all-time meetings against Orlando (2W-1D). Sky Blue beat the Pride 2-1 earlier this season in New Jersey. Orlando won just its second road game in franchise history on June 17 against Houston. The win snapped a 12-game road winless streak for the Pride (9L-3D).
Houston Dash vs. Boston Breakers – 9 p.m. ET (go90.com)
Houston is coming off a big win on the road against Orlando, which included this rocket goal from Carli Lloyd. Now Lloyd, Morgan Brian, Jane Campbell and the Dash return home to host the Boston Breakers, who are hoping to end their four-game losing streak.
Houston is on a three-game winning streak against Boston and the Dash have outscored the Breakers 8-2 over those matches. Boston has won just one of its last 27 road games (23L-3D). The Breakers have yet to win away from home this season, one of just two teams that has not picked up a win on the road.
Portland Thorns vs. FC Kansas City – 10 p.m. ET (go90.com)
Back in Portland, the Thorns will look to get back on track after back-to-back losses the previous weekends. Allie Long, Lindsey Horan and Meghan Klingenberg host Becky Sauebrunn and Sydney Leroux at Providence Park as two teams in the middle of the league standings look to climb up the table in the second half of the season.
FC Kansas City is unbeaten in the last six meetings against Portland (3W-3D), including a 0-0 draw in Kansas City earlier this season. Portland’s eight-game home unbeaten streak came to an end in its last home game, a 3-1 defeat to Sky Blue on June 17.
Seattle Reign vs. Chicago Red Stars – 10 p.m. ET (go90.com)
The Red Stars are heading to the West Coast for a showdown against Megan Rapinoe and the Seattle Reign. The Red Stars, featuring Christen Press, Julie Ertz, Alyssa Naeher and Casey Short, haven’t lost a game since April 29, and continue its hold on second place in the league standings with 20 points, four behind league leader NC Courage.
Chicago is on a seven-game unbeaten streak against Seattle (4W-3D). The Red Stars have shutout the Reign three times over this stretch. The Reign are unbeaten in their last 11 home matches (7W-4D), scoring an average of 2.5 goals and conceding 0.9 goals per match over that span.
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