On Sunday, the Washington Mystics visit the Indiana Fever as each team is trying to recover from a recent loss. For the Mystics, it was a home loss against the Phoenix Mercury. For the Fever, it was an embarrassing loss on the road to the Minnesota Lynx. Indiana and Washington are both still in the playoff chase, so today's game will have an impact on how teams may or may not qualify. Here's a look at the latest WNBA game preview with the point spread, over/under, game time, channel and live streaming options.

WNBA game preview

The Indiana Fever return home having been blown out by 59 points by the Minnesota Lynx.

Just a few players scored in double-digits for the Fever with Jazmon Gwathmey and Candice Dupree combining for 23 points. The rest of their teammate managed just 29 combined points. Indiana will try to bounce back today, but they've lost eight of their last 10 games and are on a three-game losing skid entering today's matchup. They've yet to be eliminated from playoff contention but are close with their 9-20 record just a few games better than the league's worst record held by San Antonio.

The Washington Mystics are holding the No. 5 spot in the WNBA playoff standings with a 16-12 record. The New York Liberty hold the same record and have the fourth spot, so wins will be important for these teams as they compete for one of the top four playoff positions.

Washington suffered a home loss against the Phoenix Mercury on Friday 89-79 and a 33-point blowout against Los Angeles the game prior. They've gone 2-3 over their last five games as they still await the possible return of Elena Delle Donne.

The good news for Washington is they've had success against this Fever team having defeated them three times already this season.

Today's point spread sees the Mystics as 3.5-point favorites with a -170 moneyline price. The Fever are +150 underdogs heading into this game, while the over/under points total is 159.5 points for the complete game.

Live TV & online viewing

Today's Washington Mystics vs. Indiana Fever game gets started at 5 p.m. Eastern Time.

Live television coverage comes via the NBATV channel at most United States households. There's also regional coverage on the Monumental network where available.

For live streaming, there may be options available to cable and satellite subscribers through their specific television providers. Select services such as DISH or DirecTV may offer a way to watch live streaming TV online or through compatible apps. There's also MonumentalSportsNetwork.com for viewers in the D.C. region who want to try to watch a live feed.