Johnson vs. Busch Odds

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CONCORD, NC (TheSpread) – Kyle Busch and Jimmie Johnson are among the favorites to win the 2011 Sprint All-Star Race on Saturday. Here is a look at this NASCAR matchup.

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According to oddsmakers at online sports book Busch is the favorite to win the matchup with odds of -140 while Johnson has a money line of -110 to win the pairing.

Johnson has won this event twice, while Busch has never taken the title. Busch has an average running position of 7.7 in this race while his driver rating of 104.6. Johnson is slightly better as he has an average running position of 5.5 in this race and his driver rating is 112.8, which is best of any Sprint Cup Series driver.

For Saturday’s race, Busch is starting from the pole position while Johnson will start in 11th place. In terms of the 2011 season, Johnson is second in the standings, 24 points out of first while Busch is in third, 37 points behind leader Carl Edwards. Busch has two wins while Johnson has one victory.

2011 Sprint All-Star Race Matchup Odds – Jimmie Johnson vs. Kyle Busch - May 21, 2011

Jimmie Johnson -110

Kyle Busch -140

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