Edwards vs. Busch Odds

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DARLINGTON, SC (TheSpread) – Kyle Busch and Carl Edwards are the favorites to win Saturday’s Showtime Southern 500, but which driver will get the better of the other?

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According to oddsmakers at online sports book SBGGLOBAL.com each driver has odds of -115 to best the other, as the drivers have equal odds to beat one another.

For Saturday, Busch will start from the 18th position while Edwards qualified fourth. Edwards leads the season standings by 9 points on the field and Busch is in third, 30 points back. Edwards has one win and five top 5’s to his credit in 9 races, while Busch has two wins and five top 5’s, but also has two DNF’s.

In terms of success at Darlington Raceway, the edge goes to Busch. He has one win and three top 10’s in his career at this track with an average finish of 18.2 and a driver rating of 97.2. Edwards is winless at Darlington with two top 5’s and four top 10’s. His average finish is 15.6, but his driver rating is just 87.0.

2011 Showtime Southern 500 Matchup Odds – Carl Edwards vs. Kyle Busch – May 7, 2011

Carl Edwards -115

Kyle Busch -115

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