The NWSL resumes on Saturday with two games and will close out weekend league play when the Washington Spirit host the Orlando Pride at Audi Field on Sunday afternoon.

While the Chicago Red Stars and Racing Louisville finish The Women's Cup at Lynn Family Stadium, and the Houston Dash and Portland Thorns play their last games of the Women's International Champions Cup at Providence Park, the other six NWSL teams will carry on with their season.

Must-watch game: Washington Spirit vs. Orlando Pride

The Orlando Pride will visit the Washington Spirit at Audi Field on Sunday, Aug. 22, at 4 p.m. ET. The game will be the only one transmitted on national television (CBS Sports Network) out of the three games this weekend.

Both sides have dealt with drastic managerial changes in the last few weeks. Head coach Becky Burleigh joined the Orlando Pride on July 25, days after former manager Mark Skinner accepted a job with Manchester United in the FA WSL. And most recently, Richie Burke stepped down as the Washington Spirit's head coach due to "health concerns". However, allegations of verbal and emotional abuse from former players have surfaced and Burke has been since suspended as an investigation is underway.

Burleigh has not tasted defeat in NWSL play so far in her time with the Pride, winning one against the Red Stars and drawing two against the Courage and Thorns. 

On the other hand, assistant coach Kris Ward led the Spirit to a 2-2 draw against the Houston Dash last weekend. Ward will most likely coach the team again on Sunday and will look to end Washington's three-game winless streak.

Broadcast information for NWSL games on Aug. 21 & 22

Saturday, Aug. 21

North Carolina Courage vs. Kansas City at 7 p.m. ET

  • Paramount+ (USA), Twitch (international)

OL Reign vs. Gotham FC at 10 p.m. ET

  • Paramount+ (USA), Twitch (international)

Sunday, Aug. 22

Washington Spirit vs. Orlando Pride at 4 p.m. ET

  • CBS Sports Network (USA, Canada), Twitch (international)