The Minnesota Lynx enter Sunday's WNBA Semifinals game at Washington, D.C. with a 2-0 series lead. They'll look to close things out and become the first of two teams to move to the WNBA Finals. Meanwhile, Elena Delle Donne and the Washington Mystics will try to stay alive in the series. With the game hosted on their home court, they'll need strong performances against the Lynx stars, including the 2017 WNBA MVP Sylvia Fowles. Here's the latest Lynx vs. Mystics game preview with odds, start time, TV channel, and how to watch it live streaming.

Game preview

The Minnesota Lynx find themselves one game away from reaching the WNBA Finals for the second-straight postseason, and their fifth time in the past six years. The Lynx picked up back-to-back double-digit home victories over the Mystics in this semifinals series. The most recent was a 10-point win with the new WNBA MVP putting in an impressive stat line. Fowles finished with 25 points, nine boards, four assists, and four blocks to help her team win 93-83.

Elena Delle Donne led the Mystics in that Game 2 loss with 25 points of her own to go with five rebounds and an assist. Kristi Toliver also scored 25 points and dished out six assists. However, the Mystics failed to capitalize on a lead in the fourth quarter and the Lynx pulled away with a 20-8 finish to take the game.

In from of the home fans, the Washington Mystics may have better chances at a win.

In terms of odds, the Odds Shark website still gives Minnesota the edge. The Lynx are favored by 5.5 points on the spread and -250 on the moneyline. The Mystics are priced as +210 to +240 underdogs at different sportsbooks. For today's over/under points total, 164 to 165 is the total for bettors to contemplate.

The Lynx have won the two games so far by a combined 30 points.

How to watch it live

Sunday's Minnesota Lynx vs. Washington Mystics Game 3 is scheduled for 3 p.m. Eastern Time. Live television coverage arrives on ESPN across the country. For live streaming, cable and satellite subscribers can check out the WatchESPN website or mobile apps, where available.

In addition, internet users who want a free way to watch today's game live streaming online can check out SlingTV. The online channel streaming service offers a one-week free trial for any new customers who sign up. On the Sling Orange channel package, customers will find ESPN and ESPN2 among the available channels to watch. See more details at for how to sign up.