WNBA fantasy and betting tips for Friday

Sabrina Ionescu has looked unstoppable in the month of June, averaging 19.7 PPG, 7.4 RPG and 7.1 APG. Catalina Fragoso/NBAE via Getty Images

Each day of the WNBA season, our team of fantasy and betting experts breaks down every game on the slate, making note of everything from injuries and lineup changes to recent trends and more.

All odds are provided by Caesars Sportsbook. Times are ET.

Here's what to look for during today's slate:

New York Liberty at Atlanta Dream
7:30 p.m., Gateway Center Arena, Atlanta

Line: Dream (-1)
Money line: Dream (-120), Liberty (+100)
Total: 156.5 points
BPI Win%: Dream (65.2%)

Questionable: Han Xu, Kristy Wallace, Erica Wheeler, Nia Coffey, Kia Vaughn

Ruled Out: Rebecca Allen (concussion)

Fantasy Need to Know: Sabrina Ionescu has been on a tear recently averaging 19.7 PPG, 7.4 RPG, 7.1 APG, 2.6 3PG and 1.2 SPG in the month of June. She has two double-doubles and a triple-double in her last four games and is living up to her potential. Han Xu (80.2% available) is listed as probable after missing last game with an illness. Xu has averaged 11.8 PPG, and 3.4 RPG over her past five games.

The Dream have been dealing with a number of injuries, particularly in their backcourt. Tiffany Hayes still hasn't made her season debut, and both Erica Wheeler and Kristy Wallace are listed as game-time decisions after sitting out Tuesday's game. Due to those injuries, Aari McDonald (56.8% available) has started four games and averaged 16.8 PPG, 5.0 APG and 2.8 RPG. AD Durr (95.7% available) has also been an important contributor for Atlanta off the bench. Durr has averaged 16.7 PPG, 2.7 RPG and 2.3 APG over the past three games. Newcomer Maya Caldwell (100% available) also shined in her WNBA debut on Tuesday, scoring 18 points with four assists, four 3-pointers, two steals and a rebound in 30 minutes of action.

Best bet: Liberty +1

The Dream have lost four of their past five games as they've dealt with their string of injuries. Their average scoring margin during that stretch has been -5.6 PPG. The Liberty, on the other hand, have turned things around this month after a nightmare start to the season. New York has won six of their past nine games, including a four-point win over Connecticut on Wednesday. They have an average scoring margin of +5.3 PPG during that span.