ServiceMaster 200 Odds

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AVONDALE, AZ (TheSpread) – The 2013 NASCAR Nationwide Series returns to action on Saturday with the ServiceMaster 200 at Phoenix International Raceway.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Kyle Busch is the favorite to win the race, as he has 11/4 odds. Other short odds to win are Brad Keselowski (7/2), Kevin Harvick (11/2) and Matt Kenseth (11/2).

Busch won this race back in 2007. Busch has competed in 24 Nationwide races this year and has won 11 of them. His average finish in the series this year is 5.9.

Keselowski has competed in 14 Nationwide events this year, winning six of them. His average finish in the series this season has been 8.8.

Harvick has driven in 10 Nationwide races this year, winning one of them. His average finish in the 10 races is 7.2.

Kenseth was the winner of this race in 2006. Kenseth has competed in 14 Nationwide races this year. He has two wins and six top 5s. His average finish is 8.2.

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The ServiceMaster 200 will take place Saturday, November 9 at 4:16PM ET from Phoenix International Raceway. For complete odds and track information on this year’s race, see below.

Odds to win the ServiceMaster 200 – 2013 ServiceMaster 200 – Phoenix International Raceway – Saturday, November 9

Kyle Busch 11/4 

Brad Keselowski 7/2 

Kevin Harvick 11/2 

Matt Kenseth 11/2 

Austin Dillon 12/1 

Sam Hornish Jr. 12/1 

Elliot Sadler 20/1 

Kyle Larson 22/1 

Regan Smith 22/1 

Trevor Bayne 22/1 

Brian Scott 33/1 

Justin Allgaier 33/1 

Parker Kilgerman 33/1 

Ryan Blaney 33/1

Field (Any Other Driver) 9/1 

2013 ServiceMaster 200 Information

Race Date: Saturday, November 9

Location: Phoenix International Raceway, Avondale, AZ

Pre-Race: 3PM ET

Green Flag: 4:16PM ET

TV Coverage: ESPN2

Track Type: Speedway (200 laps)

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