Sunday features a stacked lineup of WNBA games including the reigning champions in action at home. The Los Angeles Sparks will host the Dallas Wings in a battle of Western Conference teams. The matchup features multiple All-Star players including The Sparks' Nneka Ogwumike and Candace Parker, as well as the Wings' Skylar Diggins-Smith. Here are the latest game details including matchup odds, game time, TV viewing options, and how to watch the Wings vs. Sparks live online.

WNBA game recap

The Dallas Wings come into tonight's game just two games below .500 on the season.

At 4-8 on the road, they'll face a tough challenge against a Sparks team that often wins at home. Dallas has gone 2-3 over their last five games with their most recent game a 109-93 loss at Seattle. Skylark Diggins-Smith led the team in the losing effort with 18 points. The Dallas guard is currently at No. 8 in the WNBA in scoring, with an average of 18.5 points per game.

For the Los Angeles Sparks, they are still just three games behind the Minnesota Lynx for the best overall record in the WNBA. The Sparks have lost just once this season at home, winning ten times. In their most recent game, Candace Parker made history as she became the sixth player in WNBA history to achieve a triple-double.

Parker looks to follow up that performance with another win on Sunday. Her team has gone 7-3 against the Dallas Wings in their last ten meetings.

The WNBA game odds have the home team as 12-point favorites tonight. On the moneyline, several books have the Sparks as -900 favorites while the visiting Wings are +550 or slightly higher.

The over/under points total is at 171 points for the complete game tonight. For those wondering, the last time these two teams met, the Sparks claimed a 10-point home win despite a point spread of 11.5 in their favor.

How to watch it live

Sunday's Dallas Wings vs. Los Angeles Sparks game is scheduled for a 5 p.m. Eastern Time or 2 p.m.

Pacific Time start. Tonight's game is featured on multiple channels for viewers around the United States. They'll include NBA TV for most viewers on their cable and satellite packages. In the L.A. region, viewers may find the game on Spectrum SportsNet.

There's no official live streaming for NBATV, but it may be featured on various cable and satellite company's live stream websites or compatible apps for customers. Spectrum SportsNet may also have live streaming for customers in the L.A. region via their website or apps.