OneMain Financial 200 Odds

NASCAR Xfinity Series Odds: OneMain Financial 200 6/1/17

The NASCAR Xfinity Series is back in action this Saturday afternoon with the running of the OneMain Financial 200. Here is a look at the odds to win this race.

According to oddsmakers at, Kyle Larson is the favorite in this game, as he is getting odds of +160 to win. Other short odds to win are Ryan Blaney (+325), Erik Jones (+450) and Daniel Suarez (+700). The OneMain Financial 200 takes place Saturday at 1PM ET from Dover International Speedway in Dover, Delaware.

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Larson competed in this race back in 2014 and placed sixth. Larson has competed in five Xfinity races this year. He has won two of them and finished in the top 5 in three others.

Blaney last competed in this race in 2015 and he finished 34th. Blaney has driven in five Xfinity races this year, placing in the top 5 in all of them. That includes a win last weekend.

Jones won this race last year and finished ninth in 2015. Jones has competed in six Xfinity races this year and has won two of them while finishing in the top 5 in three others.

Suarez finished ninth in this race last year and 19th in 2015. He has competed in all but three Xfinity races this year, but is without a win. He also has finished third in two races.

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