Tuesday night will bring two games to the WNBA schedule. In the first of them, the Phoenix Mercury visit the Minnesota Lynx. While Minnesota has already locked up a playoff spot, they're trying to hold onto the top seed. Based on their recent struggles, that could be a tough task. Meanwhile, Diana Taurasi and Phoenix are trying to secure a spot in the postseason with just three spots left. Here's the latest WNBA game preview including point spread, over/under, Game Time, channels and how to watch it live streaming online.

Game preview

As they enter tonight's matchup, the Phoenix Mercury are 15-14 overall and looking to wrap up the sixth spot in the WNBA playoff standings.

Phoenix has gone 2-3 over their last five games including a recent loss at Connecticut on Sunday. In that 94-66 loss against the Sun, Taurasi was held to just seven points on a 3-for-11 shooting performance. Brittney Griner led the team with 18 points and six boards.

The Minnesota Lynx are also 2-3 over their last five games, but don't need to worry about securing a playoff spot. They currently own the league's top record and No. 1 seed, but the Los Angeles Sparks trail them by just 1.5 games for that top spot with five or six games to play on their schedules. Minnesota recently fell 70-61 at New York and will try to rebound from that loss to the Liberty.

Odds makers are giving Minnesota the edge in tonight's game as the point spread shows them as they have the Lynx as eight-point favorites tonight.

The moneyline price is -370 or -380 for the Lynx and +300 at several books for the Mercury. For tonight's points total, the over/under is currently around 160.5 points for the game as of this report.

How to watch it live

There will be an 8 p.m. Eastern Time start for tonight's Phoenix Mercury vs. Minnesota Lynx game. Fans will be able to see the game on several networks based on their cable or satellite provider package, or region they're located in.

NBATV will be the option that households across the U.S. can use, while Fox Sports North Plus (Minnesota) and Fox Sports Arizona Plus (Phoenix) will offer regional coverage.

For live streaming, fans in the Fox Sports viewing regions can access a live feed of tonight's game. The Fox Sports Go website at FoxSportsGo.com and compatible mobile apps are available for those in the Minnesota and Phoenix regions. There is no official NBATV live stream, but it may be offered as part of a streaming channel package on various cable or satellite TV services.