On Thursday evening, the Indiana Fever will pay a visit to the struggling San Antonio Stars. With the home team having won just twice all season, Indiana will be trying to put together a two-game winning streak and stay close to the East's top teams. However, the Stars managed to win once in their past three games, and it came against the Fever, making for an interesting rematch.

Here's the latest WNBA game preview, including matchup odds and how to watch the game on television or via a live stream feed.

WNBA game preview

The Indiana Fever currently hold a record of 8-12 overall and 3-7 on the road.

However, they get to take on a team with just two wins total and one at home. Indiana is coming off a road win of their own, with an 84-77 victory over the Phoenix Mercury just last night.

In that victory, Erica Wheeler led her team with 20 points and seven assists, while WNBA All-Star Candice Dupree scored 17 points. The Fever managed to snap a five-game losing streak with that win, giving them some life as they try to remain hopeful for a WNBA Playoffs spot down the stretch.

The San Antonio Stars are just 2-18 overall and 1-8 at home. They've dropped two straight since defeating the Indiana Fever 79-72 on the road. In that game, Kayla McBride led the way with 18 points while Erika de Souza added 14 to go with seven rebounds.

It made for the Stars' first road win of the season, but tonight they'll try to repeat their success against the Fever, if at all possible.

According to Odds Shark, the Indiana Fever are favored by 5.5 points on the road tonight. On the moneyline, they are -240 favorites while San Antonio is a +200 underdog. Tonight's over/under points total is at 152.5 points for the complete game.

In terms of their head-to-head meetings, Indiana is 6-4 against the Stars, but San Antonio is 3-2 over their past five matchups.

How to watch it live

Tonight's Indiana Fever vs. San Antonio Stars game is scheduled for an 8 p.m. Eastern Time start. Live televised game coverage is only available through Smart TVs that feature a Twitter app on board.

The game will be shown exclusively through the social media platform as one of 20 games the league is having streamed this season via Twitter.

For live streaming coverage, WNBA fans can check out Twitter.com, where the game feed will be available for free on Thursday evening. In addition, there are compatible apps on various devices including smartphones, tablets, the Roku, Apple TV, and Fire TV, among others.