Axalta 200 Odds to win

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AVONDALE, AZ (TheSpread) – The NASCAR Xfinity Series gets back to racing this weekend when it competes in the Axalta 200 from Phoenix. Here is a look at the odds for this race.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Kevin Harvick is the clear favorite in this race, as he has 8/5 odds to win. Other short odds to win are Joey Logano (9/2), Austin Dillon (13/2) and Matt Kenseth (13/2). This race will be held on Saturday at 4:15PM ET from Phoenix International Raceway.

Harvick won this race back in 2006. He has competed in one Xfinity race this season and he won. That was the Hisense 250 back on Feb. 28.

Logano has yet to win this event, last competing in 2012 when he finished eighth. He has competed in one Xfinity race this year, placing second in Atlanta.

Dillon has yet to win this race, but was sixth in 2013 and fourth in 2012. Dillon has competed in two Xfinity races this year and is coming off a win last week in Las Vegas.

Kenseth has yet to win this race, placing fifth last year and eighth in 2013. He has competed in one Xfinity race this year, finishing eighth in Atlanta.

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