The Chicago Sky will visit the Los Angeles Sparks on Thursday for an early evening matchup from the WNBA. With a dominant record against Chicago over the past 10 meetings, Los Angeles will look to add another win to their total this season. However, Chicago is trying to bounce back after a recent surge was interrupted. Can the Sky turn things around and upset the Sparks at home? Here's a look at today's WNBA game preview including matchup odds, overall history, game time, channels and how to watch it live via an online stream.

WNBA game preview

With a 7-13 record overall, the Chicago Sky are at the bottom of the WNBA's Eastern Conference.

However, the team has won three of their last four games and is surging. Their most recent win was a 94-83 victory over the Seattle Storm on the road thanks to leading scorer Allie Quigley's 25 points. In good news for the Sky, they'll also have their player Cappie Pondexter back on the court after she sat out several games due to the league's concussion protocol.

At 14-5 overall, the Los Angeles Sparks remain the No. 2 team in the WNBA standings behind only Minnesota. Reigning WNBA MVP Nneka Ogwumike continues to lead the team in scoring with 20.1 points a game, while fellow WNBA All-Star Candace Parker leads in both rebounds and assists per game. The Sparks have won their past two games including an 80-62 win over the Indiana Fever, and a 10-point win against the Connecticut Sun.

Both victories came on their home court.

Per the Odds Shark website, Los Angeles is a 12-point favorite heading into tonight's home matchup. On the money line, they are listed anywhere from -720 to -900 while the underdog Sky is at +555 to +600 as of this report. The over/under points total is at 163.5 points for the complete game.

L.A. owns a 9-1 record overall against Chicago. The last time the two teams met, the Sparks collected a 79-70 win at home, back on June 6th.

How to watch it live

The Chicago Sky and Los Angeles Sparks' game is set to tip off at 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time. The game will be televised on several exclusive networks. These include NBA TV for many cable and satellite subscribers around the nation.

In addition, Spectrum SportsNet has live televised coverage for viewers in the Los Angeles region.

For live streaming online coverage, NBA TV doesn't offer any sort of live feed, although select cable and satellite providers may offer live streams of their channels through their websites or apps. In addition, has live video streams available on their website.