Friday night's WNBA schedule includes the top team in the league taking a team that still holds a slim chance of getting into the postseason. The Minnesota Lynx, currently the team with the best overall record, have already wrapped up at least a spot in the playoffs and look to be the No. 1 seed. Meanwhile, the Chicago Sky are still able to get into the eighth and final spot, with a few wins and some losses by Seattle. Here's the latest Sky vs. Lynx preview including matchup odds, game time, TV channels, and how to watch it live streaming online.

Game preview

At 25-7 overall, it's been another successful regular season for the Minnesota Lynx. With just two games left on their schedule, they've all but wrapped up the top overall seed in the postseason. The Los Angeles Sparks are still a game away from them in the race for that spot, which means Minnesota will want to win their last few games or hope for Sparks' losses. The Lynx have gone 3-2 over their last five games including an 80-69 win on Thursday over the Indiana Fever.

Meanwhile, the Chicago Sky have yet to be officially eliminated from grabbing the final WNBA playoff spot. However, a Seattle Storm win on Friday would do just that. If Seattle loses, it gives Chicago extra incentive to keep on winning in their remaining games.

As of right now, Chicago is 12-20 and two games behind the Seattle Storm (14-18) for the final playoff spot.

According to Odds Shark, the Minnesota Lynx are 12.5-point favorites on the point spread for tonight's game. They're also -850 to -1000 favorites at various sportsbooks while the visiting Chicago Sky are +550 or higher underdogs.

The latest over/under points total was 164 points as of this report. Minnesota has gone 7-3 against Chicago in the two teams' last 10 meetings. However, Chicago prevailed in their most recent meeting at home on July 8th, 100-76.

How to watch it live

Tonight's Chicago Sky vs. Minnesota Lynx game gets started at 8 p.m. Eastern Time.

Not only will this game be shown to WNBA League Pass subscribers on cable or satellite, but also on several regional networks. They'll include Fox Sports North Plus in the Minnesota region and The U Too for Chicago area viewers.

Live streaming of this Sky vs. Lynx game can be purchased at the website. Fox Sports viewers can log into their Fox Sports Go websites or mobile apps, while The U Too may have its own live streaming option available for customers in that region.