$900 million Powerball jackpot expected for Monday night's drawing

One of the highest jackpots in the history of the game, the Powerball jackpot has increased once more, this time to an estimated $875 million.

No one was able to match all six winning numbers drawn on Wednesday night, which were 23-35-45-66-67 with a Powerball of 20.

The new prize for Saturday's drawing is the third-largest in lottery history

trailing only the $2.04 billion Powerball jackpot won last year and the $1.586 billion Powerball jackpot won in 2016.

If someone matches all six numbers and wins Saturday's drawing 

the winner has a chance to get the $875 million prize paid out in yearly increments or choose to get the one-time lump sum of $441.9 million before taxes.