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Diego Luna made his professional debut, taking the league by storm as one of the brightest up-and-comers. Lucho Solignac fitted perfectly into Mark Lowry’s system, creatively finishing goals that land on ESPN SportsCenter Top 10. Macca King and Eder Borelli stood out on the wings, playing end-to-end football that both stopped opposition offense while creating goals for the attack. Ultimately, we saw a club that played as a team and not as individuals on the pitch. The team may have faltered once or twice throughout the season, but the resiliency of the club saw the team bounce back on more than one occasion. El Paso Locomotive FC truly showcased a never-say-die attitude.

As of now, Los Locos has a 12-0-3 record. That’s 12 wins, three draws, and zero losses. It’s a near-perfect home season. El Paso Locomotive has the opportunity to close the USL Championship regular season by remaining undefeated all year in El Paso, which is a testament to how well this team performs at home. It’s a statistic that not very many teams can boast, so it’s one that Head Coach Mark Lowry and his men are proud to declare. After three long seasons, El Paso Locomotive is night and day to where it was when it first kicked a ball at Southwest University Park on March 9, 2019.

I broke down the Pacific Division up above, but here in the Mountain Division, Rio Grande Valley FC (44 points) is battling with New Mexico United (43 points) and Austin Bold FC (41 points) for the last playoff ticket. New Mexico United has an easy task on paper, taking on Real Monarchs in Utah, but the so-called Kings of Chaos need help from El Paso Locomotive to make the post-season. Rio Grande Valley FC books their ticket with a win, but should they earn a draw or less, they’ll need United and Bold to do the same in order to advance.

Well, now Locomotive has a long-awaited opportunity to right some wrongs from that March 9th match. In the inaugural game as a franchise, OKC Energy FC dismantled the 2019 Locomotive squad at Southwest University Park, scoring within seconds of the opening whistle. In the end, the match ended in Energy’s favor 3-1. Since then, El Paso has done nothing but improve, reaching back-to-back Western Conference Finals and now in the third year, has clinched the Mountain Division while OKC Energy FC is on the outside looking in on the verge of missing the post-season. While it might seem silly to look all the way back to the first Locomotive match, that was the last time OKC Energy FC visited Southwest University Park. It’s finally time for El Paso Locomotive FC to host OKC Energy FC and get a little bit of “vengeance” on the home field by claiming an emphatic three points at Southwest University Park.

Arguably the least favorable matchup of the three Pacific Division teams still fighting for 4th place, Tacoma Defiance heads to Phoenix Rising FC for a match in Arizona (Kickoff 8:30 p. MT; ESPN+). Phoenix is a hard team to beat, especially in Arizona. Even still, we all may be big Tacoma fans this coming weekend. Should Tacoma pick up three points against Rising, the Pacific Northwest Club stands an opportunity to make playoffs with an Oakland and Galaxy II draw or loss. It would also mean Phoenix drops points and puts Locomotive into a position to take the best record in the Western Conference and the right to host all the way to the Western Conference Final. Yeah, it might be a long shot, but let’s cheer on our friends in Tacoma.

The two powerhouse Western clubs are joined by San Antonio FC and Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC from the Mountain Division and Orange County SC and San Diego Loyal from the Pacific Division. With the top three seeds being claimed, there are still six teams fighting for two spots across the two divisions.

MT; ESPN+), a team that has lost 19 games this season and is currently on a five-game losing streak. Even so, this game is an absolutely must-win for Oakland Roots and even then, nothing is guaranteed. Oakland will also need LA Galaxy II to drop points against Orange County SC, whether that be with a draw or loss. FiveThirtyEight gives Oakland Roots 28% odds of making it into the post-season in their first year of Championship play, but that doesn’t mean you can count out the Southern California team quite yet. TACOMA DEFIANCEThe underdogs of the Pacific Division still have playoff hopes, even if FiveThirtyEight has those hopes at 9%.

After 31 games, El Paso Locomotive has only lost three times, emphatically claiming the top of the Mountain Division. The team has boasted an unprecedented 25-game unbeaten streak at Southwest University Park that dates back to July 2020, including the playoff games of the 2020 postseason. Now as the final game of the season approaches, El Paso Locomotive is primed to continue making history with a third consecutive run towards the USL Championship Final. Momentum is completely on El Paso’s side. In the last two matches, Los Locos have outscored their opponents 7-0 and are ramping up to end the season carrying that momentum in full.

We’ve had golazos that have made it on to SportsCenter. We’ve seen bangers that have sent the stadium into a frenzy. We’ve watched so much happen within the walls of Southwest University Park, and we are about to do it one last time in the regular season before we start playing for the title run. So let’s break down the Regular Season home finale. MATCH DETAILS: USL Championship Regular Season Game #31; vs OKC Energy FC; Kickoff 6:00 p. MT, Gates Open at 5:00 p. MTVENUE/WEATHER: Southwest University Park; El Paso, Texas; 82F degrees and clear skiesTICKETS: Click Here! WATCH: ESPN+ | ESPN DeportesRECORDS/STANDINGS: Locomotive: 17-3-10 (61 points, MTN-1); Energy: 8-9-13 (37 points, CTL-5)PREVIOUS MEETING: You have to go back to 2019 to find a match where Locomotive FC and Energy FC met on the pitch.

First, however, Locomotive has to make a stop in H-E-B Park. In the last visit to Edinburg, Texas, Locomotive fell to a scoreline of 3-2. Rio Grande Valley FC will be leaving it all on the field as the match is an absolute must-win for the Southern Texas team in order to keep their playoff dreams alive. Both clubs have a lot to play for, setting the stage for what should be an electric finale to the 2021 regular season. Follow El Paso Locomotive FC at Rio Grande Valley FC – Sat., October 30, 2021· Coverage Begins: 6:30 p. MT; · Watch: ESPN+ · Social Media: @EPLocomotiveFC & #RGVvELP on Twitter · Additional Content: Official El Paso Locomotive FC App (iOS / Android)What an absolute wild year it’s been – and I’m just talking about at Southwest University Park. We’ve seen come from behind victories and draws.

In fact, the time last they did was at Taft Stadium in July of 2019 in a match that saw the two teams end with a level 1-1 draw. OKC got on the board in the first half with a penalty conversion through Rafael Garcia before a second penalty opportunity in the 60th minute taken by Deshorn Brown was body stopped by Logan Ketterer. As Locomotive responded with pressure, a poor defensive clearance by Christian Ibeagha deflected off the body of Mekeil Williams and into OKC’s own net. In the end, OKC Energy scored all the goals but provided Locomotive with a point on the road. We’ve been talking about this all-season and, honestly, I think rightly so! Locomotive has been absolutely dominant at their home of Southwest University Park. 15 of 16 matches have been played so far in El Paso this season and Locomotive dismantled even some of the best teams within the walls of their fortress.

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With only one game left in the regular season before the Locos make their third consecutive push towards a USL Championship title win, the Sun City club needs to have as much momentum as possible, and now is the time to get it. El Paso Locomotive and Rio Grande Valley FC have found each other on the pitch six times over the course of the last three seasons, with this upcoming match being the seventh in the all-time series.

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