Among Sunday's games on the WNBA schedule will be the Seattle Storm visiting the Minnesota Lynx. As of right now, the Lynx continue to lead the overall WNBA standings and look to be in control of one of the top seeds for the postseason as the season's second half goes forth. The Seattle Storm are right at the cusp of earning a playoff spot, as they are ninth in the standings and only the top eight teams qualify. Can they get a rare win against the league's best team this season? Here's the latest Storm vs. Lynx preview including matchup odds, game time, TV channels and how to watch it live streaming online.

WNBA game preview

With an 18-2 overall record and a 9-1 home record, the Minnesota Lynx are paving the way towards another possible Finals run. The team has now won five-straight games including their recent 90-80 road win over the Atlanta Dream. In that contest, WNBA All-Star Sylvia Fowles racked up 29 points and eight rebounds to lead the way. All-Star MVP Maya Moore added 17 points, while Seimone Augustus achieved her second-career double-double.

The Seattle Storm are 2-3 over their last five games but are coming off a 109-93 victory over the Dallas Wings. In that game, All-Star Breanna Stewart made WNBA history as she became the fastest to 500 rebounds and 1,000 points in the league. Stewart tallied 20 points to go with nine rebounds and five blocks in the win.

The team will need to keep getting wins as they're just one spot away from making the playoffs, as the eight teams with the highest winning percentages qualify. Atlanta currently has a similar 10-12 record but holds the eighth spot on a tiebreaker.

Sunday's game odds from Odds Shark show that the Lynx will be 11.5-point favorites on tonight's points spread.

For moneyline bettors, Minnesota is a large -730 to -850 favorite at several books, while the underdog Storm are +515 or higher. The over/under points total is at 166.5 points for the complete game. The Lynx are 9-1 in their last 10 meetings with Seattle including a 100-77 road win back on June 3rd.

How to watch it live

The Seattle Storm vs.

Minnesota Lynx game is scheduled for 7 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday night. Live television coverage is available for most cable and satellite viewers through NBATV channel on their service. In the Minnesota region, there is also coverage scheduled for the Fox Sports North (FS North) channel.

Many cable and satellite companies have live streaming online services that allow customers to watch their channels, so this may be one option for NBATV live streaming. Anyone who has Fox Sports North in that particular region should be able to log into the Fox Sports Go website or compatible apps and watch a feed for tonight's game.