The Minnesota Lynx and Chicago Sky lock up Saturday night as part of the WNBA regular season schedule. Right now, Minnesota has been the best of the league, losing just once so far this season. Chicago is in search of some wins, or will probably end up among the teams with a high WNBA Draft pick after the season ends. Here's a look at tonight's Lynx vs. Sky game preview including the latest WNBA game odds, as well as how to watch this game live on television or streaming online.

Game preview

The Minnesota Lynx arrive at tonight's game with an impressive 13-1 record overall and a 7-0 mark on the road.

Led by Sylvia Fowles 20.7 points and 10.1 rebounds per game, the team has already established themselves as the upper echelon of the league. They've won four-straight games now, including an 88-77 victory over the second-best team, Los Angeles, this past week. A trip to Chicago may have been a tougher matchup in the past when the team featured Elena Delle Donne, but she has since been traded to the Mystics.

As for the Chicago Sky, they're not doing quite as well, with a 0-7 record on their home court and a 3-12 overall record, putting them near the bottom of the WNBA standings. They've dropped their last three games in a row, including an 89-82 loss to San Antonio. That particular loss was also the Stars' first win of the season.

It won't get any easier tonight as Chicago faces the league's toughest team who has not lost a game since June 17th.

The Lynx are heavily favored to win tonight, with the point spread as high as 15 points in their favor according to Odds Shark. On the moneyline, Chicago is a +900 underdog, while Minnesota is a -1600 favorite to win.

The over/under points total is around 167 points as of this report. The last time the two teams met, Minnesota won 70-61 and missed going over the point spread.

How to watch live

Saturday night's Minnesota Lynx vs. Chicago Sky game is scheduled for an 8 p.m. Eastern Time start. Live television coverage of this game will be available on several networks including the WNBA League Pass subscription service for cable and satellite viewers.

In addition, there's regional coverage on the U Too network where available.

For live streaming, the WNBA League Pass service is the way to go. This subscription-based service offers a full season pass for customers or a season pass for just a specific team's games. In addition, games can be purchased for viewing live from the schedule including tonight's Lynx vs. Sky matchup. See more details via the website for how to sign up and watch.