Saturday night's WNBA schedule contains four games with one of them featuring the return of the WNBA's leading scorer from injury. Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner will finally return to the court after suffering several injuries weeks ago. That should be a relief for a Mercury team that has still managed to remain amongst playoff hopefuls in the WNBA standings. Seattle draws the task of trying to snap their latest losing-streak on the road, as they are trailing Chicago in the playoff standings for the final spot. Here's the latest game preview with matchup odds, game time, TV channels, and live streaming options for Saturday night.

Seattle vs. Phoenix

Coming into this road game, the Seattle Storm are still fighting for a final WNBA playoff spot. As only the top eight overall teams will qualify, Seattle currently trails the Chicago Sky (11-16) by a half game for the eighth and final spot. However, the Atlanta Dream are just a half game behind Seattle in that race for a final postseason berth. However, Seattle and Atlanta are both on losing streaks, with the Storm having lost their last four and Atlanta their last six games.

Meanwhile, the Phoenix Mercury seem slightly more secure as they hold the fifth spot. Their 14-12 record is identical to the No. 4 team, the New York Liberty, and Phoenix is two games ahead of Dallas in the overall standings.

With the return of the league's leading scorer, Brittney Griner expected tonight, it provides Phoenix a bit more confidence that they'll play once again in the WNBA Playoffs. Phoenix is just 4-6 over their last 10 games, but their most recent game was a 101-100 victory over the Dallas Wings in overtime.

The sportsbooks are taking into account that Griner is back and have the home team as a five-point favorite tonight.

The Phoenix Mercury are also -200 to -220 at several books, while the underdog Storm is priced at +170 or +180. Tonight's over/under points total is at 164.5 points for the entire game. The two squads combined for 167 points back on June 23rd with Phoenix winning 85-82 in Seattle.

How to watch it live

The latest WNBA game featuring the Seattle Storm at Phoenix Mercury is scheduled for 10 p.m.

Eastern Time on Saturday night. Live television coverage comes exclusively through WNBA League Pass. The season subscription service is available through many cable and television providers across the country.

That makes WNBA League Pass tonight's only Storm vs. Mercury live streaming feed option. The service is currently at a reduced price for a full season pass or just a specific team's season pass. Also, customers can purchase just tonight's game to watch a live streaming feed for. See more details about the service at website.