Yasiel Puig said there would be a Game 7, and lo, there will be a Game 7 at Dodgers Stadium.

Houston ace Justin Verlander held the Dodgers scoreless through five innings but couldn't manage a sixth in Game 6 Tuesday, as LA scored twice then held on to beat the Astros, 3-1, to force a decisive seventh game Wednesday.

A Dodgers' bullpen that looked like it was out of gas after Houston's wild 13-12 extra inning win Sunday night/Monday morning held its own against the visitors on Halloween.

But, in what has been a wild and amazing Fall Classic, who knows what All Saints' Day will hold?

Tuesday, George Springer's solo homer in the third off LA starter Rich Hill gave the Astros the lead, but Brandon Morrow, Tony Watson, Kenta Maeda and Kenley Jansen combined to shut down Houston's launch pad lineup the rest of the way.

Verlander struck out eight, but the Astros ace took the loss after Chris Taylor's RBI double and Josh Reddick's sacrifice fly in the bottom of the sixth.

Lance McCullers, Jr., will start for the Astros against the Dodgers' Yu Darvish in Game 7, and you can hear it beginning at 6 p.m. Wednesday night on 600 ESPN El Paso, through 600ESPNElPaso.com, or through the 600 ESPN El Paso mobile app.