Johnson vs. Busch Odds

2011 nascar sprint cup matchup odds stp 400 kyle busch jimmie johnson

KANSAS CITY, KS (TheSpread) – Kansas Speedway hasn’t been kind to Kyle Busch in the past, but oddsmakers like him for Sunday’s STP 400 more than they like Jimmie Johnson.

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According to oddsmakers at online sports book Bodog Busch is the favorite to win this matchup with odds of -155 while Johnson has a money line of +125.

Kyle Busch will start this in Sunday’s race while Johnson has qualified back in 31st. Busch is currently fifth in the point standings, as he has two victories and six top 5’s, but he also has three DNF’s. Johnson is third in the point standings. He has one win with four top 5’s and seven top 10’s.

At Kansas Speedway, Johnson clearly has the edge. He has one win and three top 5’s in his career at Kansas. His average finish at the track is 9.3 while his driver rating is 118.7. Busch is winless and without a top 5 in seven races at Kansas Speedway. His average finish at this track is 23.9 while his driver rating is 74.9.

2011 STP 400 Matchup Odds – Jimmie Johnson vs. Kyle Busch – June 5, 2011

Kyle Busch -155

Jimmie Johnson +125

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