​Stick to the plan this time, Dave.

​The Dodgers will have their backs against the wall on Tuesday night in Los Angeles and, according to manager Dave Roberts, will be without their two best starting pitchers.

​Yu Darvish, who is already slated to take the mound if the Dodgers force a Game 7, won't be available in relief. Neither will Game 5's starter Clayton Kershaw.

​​Makes sense.

​If you're keeping score at home, that means relievers Brandon Morrow and Kenley Jansen will be made available on Tuesday night. Morrow struggled mightily in his Game 5 appearance, where it was immediately evident that his arm has been overworked this postseason.

​Jansen also looked pretty gassed during the late innings of Sunday night's memorable loss, one in which he served up the game-winning hit in extras. Roberts will need him to shut the door, one way or another, on the Astros in Game 6, if the Dodgers put themselves in a position to win.

​​The extra day of rest could be the difference for the Dodgers' bullpen on Tuesday night. First pitch is scheduled for 8:20 PM (ET), so get ready for a long night of baseball.

If you see Kershaw or Darvish take the mound at any point, you've either fallen asleep or Dave Roberts has officially lost his mind.