Johnson vs. Kyle Busch Odds

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SONOMA, CA (TheSpread) – Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Busch have both found the winner’s circle at Infineon Raceway, but can either do it again in Sunday’s Toyota/Save Mart 350?

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According to oddsmakers at online sports book Bodog both men come into this race with equal odds of beating the other, as each one has odds of -115 to win this matchup.

For Sunday’s race, Jimmie Johnson will start 12th while Kyle Busch qualified 19th. Johnson is tied for fourth in the point standings with Busch. Johnson has one win and five top 5’s while Busch has two wins and eight top 5’s. Busch also has 3 DNF’s though, which is most of any driver in the top 15 of the standings.

At this track, Kyle Busch has one win with an average finish of 20.2 and a driver rating of 91.3. That rating ranks eighth amongst current drivers. Johnson has one win at this track as well and his average finish is 15.6. His driver rating is 91.7, which ranks seventh in the series.

2011 Toyota/Save Mart 350 Matchup Odds – Jimmie Johnson vs. Kyle Busch – June 26, 2011

Jimmie Johnson -115

Kyle Busch -115

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