Johnson vs. Hamlin Odds

2011 nascar matchup odds jimmie johnson denny hamlin

DAYTONA BEACH, FL (TheSpread) – Daytona has not been a great track for Jimmie Johnson or Denny Hamlin, but both will look to outdo the other in Saturday’s Coke Zero 400.

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According to oddsmakers at online sports book Bodog Johnson is the favorite to win this matchup with odds of -135 while Hamlin has a betting line of +105 to finish ahead of Johnson.

Jimmie Johnson qualified eighth for Saturday’s race while Hamlin will start from the 36th position. Johnson is currently third in the point standings with one win, five top 5’s, and 10 top 10’s. Hamlin stands 11th in the standings. He has one victory with three top 5’s and six top 10’s.

At Daytona, Johnson has one victory with six top 5’s and nine top 10’s in 19 career races. His average finish at the track is 16.8 while his driver rating is 87.9. Hamlin has raced at Daytona 11 times and he has no victories with just one top-10 finish. Hamlin has an average finish of 22.9 at this track while his driver rating is 79.6.

2011 Coke Zero 400 Matchup Odds – Jimmie Johnson vs. Denny Hamlin – July 2, 2011

Jimmie Johnson -135

Denny Hamlin +105

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