After picking up the first win in this series last night, the Cleveland Indians will try to make it two in a row versus the los angeles angels. Another win would push Cleveland's latest winning streak to four games in a row. Meanwhile, the home team has lost two-straight and is right on the cusp of grabbing the second of two available AL wild card spots. Here's the latest Indians vs. Angels preview including matchup odds, game time, TV channel, and live stream feed options.

MLB game preview

With a 94-57 record and control of the AL Central division, the Cleveland Indians already have a lock on a playoff spot.

They had an impressive 22-game winning streak going up until last week when the Royals finally halted that. However, the Indians have since bounced back and are looking to win a fourth game in a row already. They'll try to get that win against an Angels team they defeated 6-3 in last night's game. Josh Tomlin will get the pitching start. He's 9-9 so far this season with 95 strikeouts and a 5.04 ERA.

On the other side will be pitcher Ricky Nolasco for the Los Angeles Angels. Nolasco has never won a game against Cleveland. For the season, he's just 6-14 with a 5.11 ERA but has 133 strikeouts in 186 innings. Each game for the Los Angeles Angels is extremely important as the season is winding down.

The team is currently right behind the Minnesota Twins for the second of two Wild Card spots in the AL, but with two losses in a row already, a further losing streak will certainly hurt their chances.

The Cleveland Indians are a slight favorite to win tonight's game. The road team is favored on the moneyline at -112 while the Angels are a +102 underdog.

The over/under runs total is at 8.5 runs for the complete game in Los Angeles.

Live TV & online feeds

Tonight's game featuring the Cleveland Indians at the Los Angeles Angeles will begin at 10 p.m. Eastern Time. To watch the game on television, viewers should check out their corresponding ESPN channel. Cable and satellite TV viewers can also watch the game live streaming online using the WatchESPN website or available mobile apps for compatible devices.

The ESPN channel can also be live streamed by using the SlingTV service. This is a subscription-based service that has several channel packages including Sling Orange. On that channel package, viewers will find ESPN, ESPN2, and a number of other popular channels that can be watched live streaming online. New customers can sign up for a one-week free trial over at the Sling website.