It's win or go home time for the Cubs.
After a 7-2 loss to the Cleveland Indians Saturday night, the Cubs now trail 3-1 in the World Series and send ace Jon Lester to the mound.
The Cubs are still looking for their first World Series victory at Wrigley Field since 1945.
Jason Heyward collected two hits in Game 4 and draws another start Sunday night against Indians starter Trevor Bauer, whom the Cubs beat in Game 2.
Heyward moves up to sixth in the lineup with Addison Russell also getting bumped up to fifth now that Willson Contreras is on the bench.
Here's the rest of the lineup:
1. Dexter Fowler - CF
2. Kris Bryant - 3B
3. Anthony Rizzo - 1B
4. Ben Zobrist - LF
5. Addison Russell - SS
6. Jason Heyward - RF
7. Javy Baez - 2B
8. David Ross - C
9. Jon Lester - P
The Cubs have scored just seven runs in the four games against Indians pitching, though they did finally push one across against Andrew Miller with Fowler's solo homer late in Game 4.
Miller threw 27 pitches Saturday night after 17 pitches in Game 3 Friday night, so his status may be in doubt in Game 5.
The Indians will roll with Carlos Santana in the outfield again given that they can't use him as the desiganted hitter in a National League park.
Here's the rest of the lineup against Lester, who gave up three runs in the Game 1 loss:
1. Rajai Davis - CF
2. Jason Kipnis - 2B
3. Francisco Lindor - SS
4. Mike Napoli - 1B
5. Carlos Santana - LF
6. Jose Ramirez - 3B
7. Brandon Guyer - RF
8. Roberto Perez - C
9. Trevor Bauer - P
The Cubs scored only two runs off Bauer in Game 2, but they knocked him out of the game after only 3.2 innings, collecting six hits and a pair of walks in the process.
If the Cubs pull off a win Sunday night, the World Series will shift back to Cleveland for Game 6 Tuesday night.