On Friday night, the National League Division Series featuring the Arizona Diamondbacks and Los Angeles Dodgers gets started with Game 1. Arizona comes into the matchup having won a surprising Wild Card Game against the Colorado Rockies. The Dodgers come into the game owning the best overall record in Major League Baseball this past season. As one of the favorites to win it all, will L.A. make a statement in their first series? Here's the latest Diamondbacks vs. Dodgers game preview with MLB odds, game time, TV channel, and live streaming options for viewers.

MLB game preview

The Los Angeles Dodgers begin their pursuit of the MLB Championship with an opening-round series against Arizona. L.A. sports a 104-58 record for the season which set the bar for the rest of the league. It's also put them among the favorites to win the World Series. They'll have ace Clayton Kershaw out on the mound tonight.

The Arizona Diamondbacks are here after defeating the Colorado Rockies 11-8 in the NL Wild Card game. Relief pitcher Archie Bradley was the big hero for the Diamondbacks as he drove in two runs thanks to a triple he hit. Paul Goldschmidt also smacked out a three-run home run to help the Diamondbacks build an early lead at 6-0, but the Rockies surged back. Thanks to Bradley, Arizona got the surprising comeback win and now get a series against the best in baseball.

Tonight's game odds have the home team as the favorites. On the moneyline, the L.A. Dodgers are -260 favorites with a run line of -1.5 in their favor. Arizona is a +230 underdog, while the over/under runs total is at seven runs for the complete game.

How to watch it live

Tonight's Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Los Angeles Dodgers game gets started at 10:30 p.m.

Eastern Time. Live televised game coverage comes exclusively through TBS channel in the United States. Cable and satellite subscribers with TBS can log into the official website to see a live stream feed, or use any compatible apps that might be available.

MLB's Postseason.TV streaming service is available for the playoffs games, but will only provide select games for the National League series.

Customers can pay one fee and they'll receive streaming feeds of select AL and NL games, plus the entire World Series.

Another option for live streaming tonight's game is through a SlingTV subscription. The channel streaming service offers TBS among its channels and is currently available on a one-week free trial offer. Customers can sign up and start using the service through the Sling.com website.