Wednesday November 2nd, 2016

A championship drought will end on Wednesday night. 

With the series tied at three games apiece, either the Chicago Cubs or Cleveland Indians will walk out of Progressive Field as World Series champions for the first time in a long time. 

The Cubs, whose drought sits at 108 years, roared back from down 3–1 in the series with a decisive 9–3 win in Game 6. Home runs from Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo coupled with a grand slam from Addison Russell powered Chicago to victory to even the series.

The Indians, who were last World Series champs in 1948, will try not to squander their early series lead by employing ace Corey Kluber to stop the Cubs' offense.

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Details on how to watch the game are below.

How to watch

TV channel: FOX

Live stream: You can live stream World Series games on Fox Sports Go.

Time: 8 p.m. ET

Schedule

Game 1: Indians 6, Cubs 0

Game 2: Cubs 5, Indians 1

Game 3: Indians 1, Cubs 0

Game 4: Indians 7, Cubs 2

Game 5: Cubs 3, Indians 2

Game 6: Cubs 9, Indians 3

Game 7: Cubs at Indians (Wednesday, 8:00 p.m. ET)

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