Game 3 of the 2016 World Series between the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians is a day away. As such, this is as good of a time as any to ask the serious questions -- like who does Strat-O-Matic predict to win?

Fortunately, the game's website provided the answers by simulating the series. Strat-O-Matic came awfully close to nailing the first game, as it pegged a 4-0 victory for the Indians. Cleveland won by a 6-0 score. The simulation for Game 2 picked the right winner (Chicago) and was correct about Trevor Bauer exiting early and Kyle Schwarber having a big night. Impressive.

Here's what Strat-O-Matic foresees for Friday night:

Game 3 projected score

Team Runs Hits Errors
1 6 1
0 4 0

Heretofore the closest simulation of the series, Strat-O-Matic sees Game 3 coming down to the relievers. Namely, Andrew Miller tosses two clean frames for the Indians, while Aroldis Chapman yields the game's only run following a pair of wild pitches. Jason Kipnis does the honors of touching home plate.

Will Strat-O-Matic get this one right? We'll find out soon enough.