Chicago Cubs fans have waited a couple of days for another shot at Cleveland and a chance to tie up the World Series.

If the Cubs can win tonight and force a game seven, they'd be on the verge of winning their first world series in 108 years.

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To get there, they have to play and win game 6. What if you didn't want to wait to find out the final score of the game? What if there was some kind of crystal ball we could use to find all the answers?

It's no crystal ball but Strat-O-Matic is pretty darn close. They've run a nearly spot-on simulation of the Cubs Indians World Series.

Strat-O-Matic used something called Baseball Daily to figure out the scores. Baseball Daily is:

Is able to reflect hot and cold streaks in each team's players throughout the postseason so Andrew Miller's dominance and Javier Baez's recent scorching hitting streak are just some of the factors accounted for in the simulation."

Their predictions thus far have been pretty on point. Strat-O-Matic has predicted the winner of all five games so far in the World Series.

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So for game 6? Strat-O-Matic predicts the Indians to win 7-2. Last out? Strat-O-Matic say, "Dexter Fowler flew out to Coco Crisp to end the game, and the party in Cleveland began again!"

This time, Cubs fans hope the simulator is wrong. Game 6 first pitch is just after 7 p.m.

[H/T CBS Chicago]