* Deciding match of 2017 World Series is Wednesday at 5:20pm PST
* Houston Astros or Los Angeles Dodgers will win it all
* Sign up for free trial to these streaming services and get instant access to the game
It’s all come down to this. After an incredible series that has seen marathon games, back-and-forth rallies and some incredible hitting on both sides, the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers will meet one last time to decide the winner of this year’s World Series.
The winner-takes-all Game 7 takes place either tomorrow or tonight (depending on when you’re reading this) at 5:20pm PST live from LA. If you’ve got cable, then tune into FOX to catch the game on TV. If not, here are three ways to watch the big game for free.
Bonus: all of these free trials let you stream the game on a TV, computer, tablet or phone, so you’re sure to catch the action no matter where you are. Sign up for your free trial and get instant access right away.
1. SPY Pick: DIRECTV NOW
DIRECTV is offering a 7-day free trial that includes access to FOX to catch the game. All you need is a credit card to sign up and you can cancel anytime. If you decide to stick with DIRECTV NOW, they’ve got a pretty good deal right now that gets you a free Roku Streaming Stick if you sign up for service after the free trial.
2. Solid Choice: fuboTV
With apps available for Android, iOS, Apple TV and more, you’ll have complete access to live streaming the game at home or on the go. Fubo is also offering a 7-day free trial and you can cancel anytime. Stick around and you’ll have access to more than 60 dedicated sports channels and access to national, regional and even international games.
3. Another Option: SLING TV
Sling TV is offering a 7-day free trial that gets you instant access to stream the game on any device. The free trial also includes access to channels like ESPN and FS1 for all the in-depth post-game coverage you could want. You should know that FOX (which is airing the game) may not be available in all markets. Click here to check your service before signing up.