Kyle Busch vs. Hamlin Odds

2011 crown royal 400 matchup odds denny hamlin kyle busch

RICHMOND, VA (TheSpread) – Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin are among the favorites to win the 2011 Crown Royal 400 on Saturday night, but which driver will finish ahead of the other?

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According to oddsmakers at online sports book Bodog.com Busch is favored to win this matchup with odds of -140 while Hamlin has a money line of +110.

Hamlin will have the edge in starting position as he will begin in the 11th position while Busch will start 20th.  Busch sits sixth in the standings with one win and four top 5’s while Hamlin has struggled this season and he sits 17th in the standings. Hamlin has just one top 10 on the year.

In terms of success at Richmond International Raceway, Busch has two wins and an average finish of 5.3 at the track. His driver rating at Richmond is 113.8, which is second only to Hamlin, who has a driver rating of 119.8. Hamlin also has two wins at Richmond and his average finish at the track is 8.0.

2011 Crown Royal 400 Matchup Odds – Kyle Busch vs. Denny Hamlin – April 30

Kyle Busch -140

Denny Hamlin +110

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