We continue to move through the XFL season. With all eyes on Week 4 now, will we see the return of Thursday Night Football tonight? If not, what’s the schedule for Week 4 of XFL?

While it may feel like the gap left by the NFL on Thursday night is a great opportunity for the XFL, once again there is no football tonight this week. Instead, this weekend’s four games will be played on Saturday and Sunday.

XFL Week 4 TV Guide: TV channels, tee times and more

Houston Roughnecks with the Orlando Guardians

  • Start time: Saturday, 7 p.m. ET
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  • Live Stream Options: ESPN+, fuboTV

The first game of Week 4 XFL is a rematch from the first week where the Houston Roughnecks travel to face the Orlando Guardians. With the already widest spread on the board (-8.5), there’s little hope Orlando can turn things around against an impressive roughnecks defense.

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Paxton Lynch and this Orlando offense did their best last week and almost walked away with their first win of the season. Unfortunately a deep ball ended up on Charleston Rambo who was just out of bounds in what could have been a surprise. Can they do the same against a roughnecks team that can score points with ease?

San Antonio Brahmas with the Seattle Sea Dragons

  • Start time: Saturday, 10 p.m. ET
  • TV channel: fx
  • Live Stream Options: ESPN+, fuboTV

It’s a very odd choice that the next game on XFL-TV’s Week 4 schedule kicks off the San Antonio Brahmas and Seattle Sea Dragons at 10:00pm ET! If you somehow manage to stay up that late, you can catch the XFL game with the highest prospective total of the weekend (40.5). Two attacks that can score points are opposed by two defenses that have obvious cracks in their armor.

Ben DiNucci continues to play good football but struggles with turnovers. If he manages to take care of the ball, this Seattle team could be in contention for the best in the league. Unfortunately, that seems unlikely considering he’s had eight turnovers in just three games.

On the other side of the ball, the Brahmas rely heavily on one of the XFL’s best running back duos, Jacques Patrick and Kalen Ballage. With a struggling pass attack, San Antonio will need his quick attack to be at the top of his game to compete with Josh Gordon and those Sea Dragons.

Arlington Renegades with the St. Louis Battlehawks

  • Start time: Sunday, 4 p.m. ET
  • TV channel: ESPN2
  • Live Stream Options: ESPN+, fuboTV

Sunday’s XFL television schedule begins with arguably the best game of the weekend between the Arlington Renegades and the St. Louis Battlehawks. It will be the Battlehawk’s first home game, and according to all early reports, the stadium will be completely sold out, which is not usual in the XFL.

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A home game is just what this Battlehawks team needs after suffering their first loss of the season last week. Now they get a Renegades team whose defense was the best in the league but whose offense was completely stagnant.

If AJ McCarron can play idle football, St. Louis should be able to impress in front of their home crowd.

Vegas Vipers at DC Defenders

  • Start time: Sunday, 7 p.m. ET
  • TV channel: ESPN2
  • Live Stream Options: ESPN+, fuboTV

The final game of the Week 4 XFL schedule features the Vegas Vipers and the DC Defenders. These two teams faced off in Week 2 at Cashman Field, where the defenders earned the win thanks to their fast attacking for 229 yards and two touchdowns. Now they face off against the worst defense in the league.

Vegas went into the season with high expectations, but quarterback struggles quickly derailed that. Now Brett Hundley is under center and has brought some excitement to the Vipers offense.

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