Earnhardt Jr. vs. Kurt Busch Odds

2011 nascar crown royal matchup odds dale earnhardt jr kurt busch

RICHMOND, VA (TheSpread) – Dale Earnhardt Jr. is inching closer to ending his winless streak, but can he put on a better show that Kurt Busch in Saturday’s Crown Royal 400?

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According to oddsmakers at online sports book SBGGLOBAL.com Earnhardt Jr. is favored to win this matchup with odds of -145 while Busch has odds of +115.

Kurt Busch will start 22nd for Saturday’s race while Earnhardt Jr. is starting from the 24th position. Earnhardt sits third in the current point standings, 19 out of first. He has two top 5’s and five top 10’s on the year. Busch is fifth in the standings, 9 points behind Dale Jr. Busch has one top 5 and five top 10’s this year.

In terms of success at Richmond International Raceway, Earnhardt Jr. has three win in 23 races at this track. His average finish is 14.1 and his driver rating is 85.6. For Busch, he has one win in 20 starts with an average finish of 17.8 and a driver rating of 94.1.

2011 Crown Royal 400 Matchup Odds – Dale Earnhardt Jr. vs. Kurt Busch – April 30

Dale Earnhardt Jr. -145

Kurt Busch +115

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