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WNBA Betting and Fantasy Tips for Sunday

Each day of the WNBA season, our team of fantasy and betting experts breaks down every game on the board, noting everything from injuries and lineup changes to current trends and more.

Here’s what to look for in today’s slate:

All odds are provided by Caesars Sportsbook. The times are ET.

The selection is updated throughout the day.


blank Chicago Sky at Connecticut Sun
1:00 p.m., Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, Conn.

line: Sun (-5.0)
money line: sun (-205), sky (+170)
In total: 166 points
BPI Profit %: Sun (66.9%)

Excluded: Candace Parker (disease)

blankblank Phoenix Mercury at New York Liberty
2:00 p.m., Barclays Center, Brooklyn

line: mercury (-2.0)
money line: Aces (-2000), Fever (+1050)
In total: 168 points
BPI Profit %: Mercury (52.3%)

Questionable: Diamond DeShields

blankblank Las Vegas Aces at Indiana Fever
3:00 p.m., Gainbridge Fieldhouse, Indianapolis

line: Aces (-16.0)
money line: Mystic (-135), Storm (+115)
In total: 171 points
BPI Profit %: Aces (77%)

Excluded: Kelsey Mitchell

blankblank Seattle Storm at Washington Mystics
3:00 p.m., Entertainment and Sports Arena, Washington, DC

line: Mystic (-2.0)
money line: Mystic (-135), Storm (+115)
In total: 156.5 points
BPI Profit %: Mystic (52.7%)

Excluded: Mercedes Russel (head)

Fantasy you have to know: Breanna Stewart was sensational on Saturday, helping the Storm secure a playoff spot with a win over the Mystics. She’s averaged 38.6 fantasy points per game all season as a top pick for Seattle. Stewart, Tina Charles, Jewell Loyd, Ezi Magbegor and Sue Bird are must-start options for the Storm, while Gabby Williams (55.6% available) is the top streamer.

Elena Delle Donne continues to be the best player in the Mystics. She has 34 or more fantasy points in seven of her last eight games. Natasha Cloud, Ariel Atkins and Myisha Hines-Allen are also top options for the Mystics and Shakira Austin (63.9% available) should be on the streaming radar. She has scored 21 or more fantasy points in her last two games. – Eric Moody

Best bid: Mystic -2.0

The Storm defeated Mystics Saturday thanks to a big run in the second half. Washington is now a game behind Seattle and will be looking for a win on their home court. The Mystics are a much stronger team defensively than they are offensively, and the Storm rank seventh in the WNBA offensive rating (100.3). I expect the mystics to cover. — moody

blankblank Minnesota Lynx at the Los Angeles Sparks
7:00 p.m., Crypto.com Arena, Los Angeles

line: Lynx (-1.0)
money line: Lynx (-120), Spark (+100)
In total: 166.5 points
BPI Profit %: Lynx (52.1%)

Questionable: Jessica Shepherd

Excluded: Damiris Dantas

Fantasy you have to know: Sylvia Fowles was the top fantasy option for the Lynx this season. She has averaged 30.2 fantasy points per game, with 11 double-doubles, and is tied for second place in the team with Alyssa Thomas. Only Las Vegas Aces guard A’ja Wilson has more (14). The Lynx are 6-5 when Fowles records a double-double and 5-14 when she doesn’t. Aerial Powers, Moriah Jefferson, Kayla McBride and Jessica Shepard are also options for your starting lineup on the Lynx. Jefferson (68.4% available) should be prioritized as a streamer. The Lynx rank fourth in offense (102.7) but are ninth in defense (104.1). — moody

Nneka Ogwumike is the Sparks’ top fantasy option. She averaged 32.3 fantasy points per game. Ogwumike, Brittney Sykes, Jordin Canada, Katie Lou Samuelson, and Chiney Ogwumike also belong to fantasy lineups. With Liz Cambage no longer on the team, Chiney Ogwumike (63.6% available) has seen an increase in minutes here. Katie Lou Samuelson (68.7% available) is another good streaming option for tonight. — moody

Best bid: Lynx +1.0

The Sparks are ranked 10th in offense (95.9) and 9th in defense (104.1) in their last three games. Minnesota’s offense could prove problematic for Los Angeles. — moody

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Emma Bowman

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