On Sunday, the Washington Mystics visit the Minnesota Lynx in what will be the final game of the Regular Season for both teams. Each of these teams is playoff-bound, with Minnesota getting a bit more rest than Washington will due to a bye in the semifinals round. Washington will open their playoff bracket with the Seattle Storm. First, they'll get a major road test in the form of the league's top team overall. Here's the latest Mystics vs. Lynx game preview with matchup odds, start time, TV channels, and live streaming options.

Final game of season

The Washington Mystics will look towards the coming week for their first-round playoff series with the Seattle Storm. The team is 18-15 overall and 7-9 on the road. Just recently, they gained their first victory since Elena Delle Donne returned to the court for them, a 110-106 overtime result at home against the very team they're scheduled to take on in the playoffs. Today they try to get a huge momentum-building victory on the road at Minnesota.

The Minnesota Lynx will try to close out their regular season with a win to clinch the league's best overall record. In their previous contest, they defeated the Chicago Sky, 110-87. The team is 4-1 over its last five games, and 6-4 in their last 10.

The last time they met up with the Mystics, Minnesota grabbed a 93-76 victory at home to eclipse the point spread of 9.5 points and the over/under total of 166.5 points.

Minnesota is still among the best measuring sticks for teams heading into the playoffs and the oddsmakers have given them that respect for today's final game.

Currently, the point spread is 11 points in favor of the home team, with the moneyline at -670. The visiting Mystics are priced as +530 underdogs. The over/under points total was 160 points as of this report.

How to watch it live

Game time is scheduled for 4 p.m. Eastern Time for today's Washington Mystics vs. Minnesota Lynx matchup.

There will be several networks providing live television coverage. They'll include WNBA League Pass for current subscribers as well as Fox Sports North Plus in the Minnesota region. Also, Washington, D.C. region viewers can watch on the Monumental network where available.

For live streaming, the game can be purchased through LeaguePass.WNBA.com for a low price. Additionally, the Fox Sports Go website or mobile apps will have live streaming of the game for Fox Sports viewers in the Minnesota region and MonumentalSportsNetwork.com will have live game feeds for those in the D.C. viewing region.