The Atlanta Braves are now just one win away from the franchise’s first MLB championship since 1995, after winning Game 4 of the World Series on Saturday.

Highlighted by back-to-back 7th inning home runs from shortstop Dansby Swanson and a pinch-hitting Jorge Soler, the Braves edged the visiting Astros 3-2 to take a commanding 3-1 lead. Atlanta can capture the crown in front of their home crowd on Sunday night. “I just want to win tomorrow. I don’t know how confident I am,” Braves manager Brian Snitker said when asked how he felt being 3-1 up.

“I’m glad we are, quite honestly. I’d rather be up three than down three, I guess. But I’ve been around too long to get ahead of myself.” Houston had most of the momentum in the game’s early innings but failed to capitalize on scoring opportunities. The Astros stranded 11 baserunners and its hitters were 0-for-8 with runners in scoring position. Atlanta starter Dylan Lee registered just a single out, handing the ball over to Kyle Wright with the bases loaded in the first inning.

But Wright allowed only one of his inherited runners to cross and gave the Braves a solid 4.2 innings of work in relief. A solo shot by Jose Altuve in the fourth inning was Wright’s sole significant miscue, as Houston held a slim 2-0 lead through five innings. Star third baseman Austin Riley got the Braves on the board in the 6th with an RBI single to left. The 24-year-old also turned in a key defensive play in the second inning, robbing Altuve of an RBI on a hard-sinking liner. After Swanson and Soler’s homers in the 7th, Altuve was again victimized by the Braves defense, as left fielder Eddie Rosario ran down a blast at the warning track in the top of the 8th to preserve Atlanta’s 3-2 lead.