Busch vs. McMurray Odds

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RIDGEWAY, VA (TheSpread) – Jamie McMurray won the pole for the Goody’s Fast Pain Relief 500 but can he finish ahead of Kurt Busch during Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race.

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According to oddsmakers at online sports book Bodog.com McMurray has odds of -190 to beat Busch on Sunday while Busch has odds of +155 to finish ahead of McMurray.

McMurray has just one top 5 with nine top 10’s in his history at Martinsville Speedway. McMurray has an average finish of 16.3 and a driver rating of 85.5 at this track. Kurt Busch has one win in his career at Martsinville with an average finish of 21.3 and a driver rating of 80.7.

Busch currently sits third in the standings as he has finished in the top 10 in four of the five races. McMurray sits way back at 28th in the standings. He has yet to finish in the top 10 in any race this year and he has 1 DNF.

McMurray will obviously start up front on Sunday’s race while Busch will start in the 20th position.

2011 Goody’s Fast Pain Relief 500 Matchup Odds – Kurt Busch vs. Jamie McMurray – April 3

Kurt Busch +155

Jamie McMurray -190

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