The Portland Thorns (3-4-5, 13 points) will travel to face the Seattle Reign (7-3-3, 24 points) Sunday at 4 p.m. at Moda Pitch at Memorial Stadium in Seattle, Washington.

Watch the game with the stream below and follow live updates in the comments section.

Game Updates

90+-: Seattle Reign beat the Portland Thorns 3-0. The Reign move into first place in the NWSL standings. 

80th minute: Katrine Veje drives toward the net and shoots the ball toward Yanez. Angerer tips Yanez’s header and the ball rolls over the crossbars. Reign still lead 3-0. 

60th minute: Thorns sub in Ayo for Mana Shim. Reign lead 3-0.

50th minute: GOAL! After Stephanie Cox plays a ball short, Rapinoe crosses the ball to Yanez who shoots the ball in her for second goal of the game. Seattle Reign lead 3-0. 

46th minute: GOAL! Little has her second assist of the game as she pops the ball up toward the net for Beverly Yanez to get a header. Seattle lead 2-0 early in the second half. 

45+-: Seattle Reign lead Thorns 1-0 at the end of the first half 

44th minute: Steph Catley limps off the field as Kendall Johnson subs in for her. 

39th minute: GOAL! Jessica Fishlock scores the first goal of the game after receiving a pass from Kim Little and sends the ball past Angerer. Seattle Reign lead 1-0. 

29th minute: Thorns called offsides as Allie Long collides with Kopmeyer. Kopmeyer was down for a few minutes but got back up. Game 0-0. 

17th minute: Tobin Heath passes the ball to Mana Shim who sends it in a cross but Reign keeper Haley Kopmeyer catches it. Game is 0-0. 

7th minute: Seattle gets a close shot as Merritt Mathias passes a low ball that Megan Rapinoe gets a look at. Rapinoe’s shot goes wide and over the net. Game still 0-0. 

Here is the pertinent information to know about the match. 

When: Kickoff is at 4:00 p.m. Sunday

Where: Moda Pitch at Memorial Stadium in Seattle, Washington.

Watch: Online using the webstream below.

Weather at kickoff: Showers, high 70, low 50s.

At Stake: The season. After falling 1-0 to Seattle on Wednesday, the Thorns are in seventh place in the NWSL standings, five points behind fourth place FC Kansas City and a playoff position. Time is running out for the Thorns. Portland has just eight games left in the NWSL season to turn things around and move into a top four spot in the standings. The Thorns have had difficulty playing on the road in the past, but they need a win against Seattle Sunday to jumpstart their season.

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