Dale Jr. vs. Gordon Matchup Odds

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KANSAS CITY, KS (TheSpread) – Dale Earnhardt Jr. is having a strong season in the point standings, but can he finish ahead of teammate Jeff Gordon in Sunday’s STP 400.

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According to oddsmakers at online sports book Bodog Gordon is the favorite to win this matchup, as he has odds of -150 while Earnhardt Jr. comes in with odds of +120.

For Sunday, Gordon will start slightly ahead of Dale Jr. Gordon qualified 22nd for the STP 400 while Earnhardt Jr. will start in 28th position. Dale Jr. is currently fourth in the season standings, as he has two top 5’s and six top 10’s. Gordon is 16th in the points. He has one win and three top 5’s, but has two DNF’s.

At Kansas Speedway, Dale Jr. is winless without a top 5. His average finish at the track is 19.1 while his driver rating is 82.5. Gordon has two wins at Kansas, along with seven top 5’s. His average finish at this track is 8.5 while his driver rating is 106.5.

2011 STP 400 Matchup Odds – Jeff Gordon vs. Dale Earnhardt Jr. – June 5, 2011

Jeff Gordon -150

Dale Earnhardt Jr. +120

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