On Sunday night, the WNBA's top two teams will battle on the hardwood for a final Regular Season meeting. The Los Angeles Sparks will host the Minnesota Lynx at the Staples Center with national television coverage of the game. The game could also impact who will get the league's top seed in the WNBA playoffs, as Minnesota currently leads Los Angeles by 1.5 games for that distinction. Here's the latest Lynx vs. Sparks game preview including matchup odds, game time, channel and live streaming options.

Game preview

The Minnesota Lynx are entering tonight's game as wings of six of their last 10 games and on a two-game winning streak.

The team is currently 24-6 overall with an 11-4 record on the road. The Los Angeles Sparks are 23-8 and have won four straight games, as well as eight of their last 10. The Sparks are attempting to snatch the No. 1 seed from Minnesota with a win tonight, but they're 1.5 games back. However, a win tonight will draw them closer as the Lynx have four games to go and the Sparks three games on their schedule.

The two teams met back on August 11 in Minnesota. Los Angeles came away with a 70-64 victory on the road, beating the point spread which was 5.5 points in favor of the Lynx. Chelsea Gray led the Sparks to victory with 23 points, while Candace Parker added 19 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. It was yet another close contest between the two teams that seem destined to meet for a second-straight postseason in the WNBA Finals.

Tonight's point spread favors the Los Angeles Sparks at 1.5-points on the spread. For the moneyline, L.A. is priced at -150 while the visitors are +125 to +130 underdogs. The over/under points total is 155.5 points for the complete game. These two teams have a 5-5 record in their last 10 head-to-head meetings with a 3-7 record pointing towards the "under" in the points total.

How to watch it live

Tonight's Minnesota Lynx vs. Los Angeles Sparks game is scheduled for a 7 p.m. Eastern Time start time. Live televised game coverage will be offered exclusively on ESPN2 channel. There's live streaming for cable and satellite customers on the WatchESPN website or compatible mobile apps.

The SlingTV service also has ESPN2 as part of its live streaming channel service. New customers can sign up through the official Sling.com website for a free one-week trial of the service to watch ESPN, ESPN2, and a range of other channels included on the Sling Orange package.