On Wednesday night the Los Angeles Dodgers continue their march towards the postseason. For their latest outing, they'll host the subpar san diego padres with national television coverage of the MLB game available. Here's the latest Padres vs. Dodgers game preview with matchup odds, game time, TV channel, and live stream feed options for watching it all unfold.

MLB game preview

With a record of 70-88 overall and 27-50 away from home, the San Diego Padres are a team looking more towards than the future than this season's playoffs. They've gone just 1-4 over their last five games, with a 5-0 win over the Colorado Rockies four games ago, their only recent victory.

On Tuesday, they dropped a 9-2 game to the far superior L.A. Dodgers, giving them their second-straight loss to the team. Will they be swept in this latest series? Clayton Richard gets the start at 8-14 for the season with a 4.63 ERA.

The Los Angeles Dodgers have dominated baseball this season and currently hold the league's best overall record. At 101-57 for the season with a 56-25 home record, they have set the bar high for contenders within MLB. They'll have a top spot in the postseason and are currently listed in a tie with the Cleveland Indians for the top favorites as far as odds (3 to 1) to win the World Series. Tonight they'll send leftie Rich Hill (11-8, 3.50 ERA) to the mound to try to collect the latest win.

The odds for tonight's game have the L.A. Dodgers as -230 favorites on the moneyline, or -1.5 on the run line. The visiting Padres are +205 underdogs, while the over/under runs total for the complete game is 7.5 runs. The Padres have a 1-4 record against the spread over their last five games, while Los Angeles is 4-1 in its last five games and 4-1 in their last five home games.

How to watch live

The San Diego Padres vs. Los Angeles Dodgers game is scheduled for a 10 p.m. Eastern Time start. Live television coverage of this game will take place on ESPN at that time. For live stream viewing, cable and satellite subscribers can watch via the WatchESPN website or any compatible mobile apps they may have.

There's also the option for SlingTV subscribers with ESPN on their channel lineup to watch the game. Anyone who has a hi-speed internet connection but doesn't have SlingTV can also sign up for a one-week free trial. Simply go to Sling.com website to sign up for the Sling Orange channel package which will include the ESPN and ESPN2 channels, among several others.