Alsco 300 Odds

NASCAR Xfinity Series Odds 7/7/16 – Alsco 300

The NASCAR Xfinity Series is back to racing this Friday night when it holds the Alsco 300. Here is a look at the favorites.

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According to Oddsmakers at BetDSI, Kyle Busch is the clear favorite, as he has +100 odds to win the race. Other short odds to win are Erik Jones (+375), Brad Keselowski (+500) and Daniel Suarez (+500). The Alsco 300 takes place on Friday at 8:46PM ET from Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky.

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Busch won this race back in 2004. He has competed eight Xfinity Series races this year and has won four of them while placing second in three others.

Jones finished second in this race last year, his first run at the track. He has competed in all of the Xfinity races this year and has two wins to his credit. He also has a total of eight top-5 finishes.

Keselowski is a three-time winner of this race and the defending champion. He has competed in six Xfinity races this year and has yet to win. He has two third-place finishes.

Suarez finished fourth at this event last year, his first appearance at Kentucky. He has competed in all of the Xfinity races this year and has one win to his credit. He has a total of six top-5 finishes in 2016.

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