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Preview: Mercury host Lynx on Saturday night

Six All-Stars will take the court in a Saturday night WNBA matchup.

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Seimone Augustus is one of six All-Stars taking the court in Saturday night’s Mercury-Lynx game.
Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

The Mercury host the Lynx on Saturday night. Here’s what is in store.

Phoenix Mercury (15-9) vs. Minnesota Lynx (13-10)

When: Saturday, July 21 at 10 p.m. ET

Where: Talking Stick Resort Arena | TICKETS

How to watch: WNBA League Pass (worldwide streaming)

Injury report: For the Mercury, Sancho Lyttle (knee) is out. For the Lynx, Lindsay Whalen (nose) is questionable.

Storylines to follow

The Phoenix Mercury host the Minnesota Lynx on Saturday night in a game that features six All-Stars, three from each team. Diana Taurasi and Maya Moore will be the key matchup on the perimeter, while Brittney Griner and Sylvia Fowles will be the key matchup in the low post. The two teams have split the previous two matches with the road team winning each time. With a win, the Mercury can stay in the race for the top seed while the Lynx can get themselves in the mix for a top-4 seed if they win.