The 3rd World Series game is now underway on RDS and RDS Direct

Equal to one game each side, the World Series now moves to Atlanta side for the next three games where the Braves look to take the lead over. the Houston Astros.

World Series Match # 3 is of utmost importance, especially when the series is a match anywhere. On 60 occasions, the winning team of this match has won the final 39 times, or 65% of the occasions.

Braves manager Brian Snitker expects all 41,000 fans at Truist Park to be “wild” from the first pitch of the game.

“This place has been really, really good for us since the first year we’ve been playing here,” Snitker said Thursday of the stadium his team has been at since 2017.

Atlanta trusts 23-year-old starter Ian Anderson for this meeting. The 3rd overall pick in the 2016 draft is 3-0 down and has a earned points average of 1.47 in 30.2 innings pitched in the playoffs. Atlanta has won six of the seven playoffs he started at the mound.

Anderson faces Luis Garcia, who put on a flawless performance in Game 6 of the Championship Series in the United States. Garcia had then pitched 5.2 innings without allowing a run to allow the Astros to confirm their place in the World Series.