Reno 1868 Football Club encounter against Colorado Springs headlines the weekend slate of matches. Reno 1868 Fc is one of the hottest clubs in the USL right now, and a victory would give them a chance to climb up six spots in the table. Over in the East, the Battery will look to close out a very successful away “swing” against the “suddenly porous” Red Bulls 2 defense.

Tulsa Roughnecks vs Portland Timbers II

After notching their first goal through four matches, Portland II finally scored in their mid-week challenge. Though, It was not enough as they're now winless in four games.

The Tulsa Roughnecks will be looking to bounce back nicely from a tough encounter against red-hot Reno 1868 Football Club as well. Both clubs will have their “mettle” tested as they play the first of their two games this term.

Colorado Rapids vs Reno 1868

The Colorado Springs will be looking to halt a red-hot Reno 1868 team this Saturday. Reno 1868 FC has won three consecutive games and is looking to worsen the Colorado Springs two-match losing streak. Reno 1868 has been one of the hottest club sides in the United Soccer League of recent, out-scoring clubs 12-0 in their last three encounters to find themselves one match out of the playoffs spots. The Colorado Springs will be looking to turn around a two-match home stand.

They are hoping that Reno 1868 will be fatigued after playing a midweek game.

Seattle Sounders II vs Sacramento Republic

Two clubs in the top spots of the USL Western Conference standings meets on Sunday evening with the hopes of earning a “leg up” on each other. This is the second meeting of the year between the both teams. Sounders II will try to “better” its results from the first-time around in this crucial encounter while also looking to bounce back strong from its worst defeat in the club's history.

Sacramento can build a “modest” two-match winning run but apparently, the “advantage” should go to the Seattle Sounders II at home.

New York Red Bulls 2 vs Charleston Battery

Red Bulls II will hope that the short-week makes the Battery a “softer” target. The Charleston Battery have been on a “tear for wall” over a month now and are displaying no signs of slowing down.

With their attack slowing down slightly of late, the backline has stepped up big-time. That's relatively bad news for the RBNY II, who've been “sputtering” of recent. Their make-shift defense will need to figure out things in a hurry if they want to get an acceptable result against the Charleston Battery this Sunday.