It's game 4 of the WNBA Finals on Sunday night with the Los Angeles Sparks on the verge of capturing their second-straight WNBA Championship. The two teams traded close wins in the first two games of the series before the Sparks had an 11-point win in Game 3 to go up 2-1 in the series. That puts the Sparks a win away from winning the series with the Minnesota Lynx desperately needing to win on the road to Stay Alive. Here's the latest Lynx vs. Sparks Game 4 preview including the point spread, over/under total, game time, TV channel, and how to watch it all live streaming online.

Game 4 preview

In Game 1, the Los Angeles Sparks took the early series lead with just a one-point win. Game 2 featured the home team Minnesota Lynx winning by just two points. In Game 3, L.A. moved to 2-1 in the series with their win several days ago. Now the two teams resume the series with Los Angeles looking to close it out on their home court. They've lost just once all season there, and it wasn't to the Minnesota Lynx. However, if any team was going to get the next upset win in L.A., one would think the No. 1 seed has the best chance.

In the 75-64 win by the Sparks, Nneka Ogwumike had a 16 points and ten rebounds performance while Odyssey Sims also added 16. Candace Parker and Chelsea Gray combined for 27 points, 12 assists, and ten rebounds in the win where the Sparks hit 42.9 percent of their shots and 29.4 percent of their three-pointers.

They also had about double as many free throws as the opponents. Minnesota shot just 40 percent overall and had two of their starters score zero points, so they'll certainly be looking to improve on that for Game 4.

According to Odds Shark, the favorites tonight will be Los Angeles by four points on the spread. On the moneyline, the Sparks are -140 favorites while the Lynx are +120 underdogs.

The over/under points total is hovering around 152 for the game.

How to watch it live

The WNBA Finals Game 4 between the Minnesota Lynx and Los Angeles Sparks gets started at 8:30 p.m. Eastern Time. Live television coverage will be offered on ESPN channel around the United States. Cable and satellite subscribers can see the game live streaming via the WatchESPN website or mobile apps.

Additionally, anyone with a hi-speed internet connection could sign up for a SlingTV membership. The subscription-based service offers a package of channels for live streaming online. Customers can find ESPN and ESPN2 as part of the Sling Orange package. See more details on the Sling website on how to sign up and enjoy tonight's WNBA Finals game.