Harvick vs. Biffle Odds

2011 nascar sprint cup matchup odds kevin harvick greg biffle

SPARTA, KY (TheSpread) – Kevin Harvick took over the Sprint Cup points lead last week. Can he maintain it this week and get the best of Greg Biffle in the process?

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According to oddsmakers at online sports book Bodog Biffle actually has the edge in this matchup with odds of -130 to finish ahead of Harvick. Harvick has odds of +100 to win this matchup.

Harvick will start 19th on Saturday night while Greg Biffle will begin from the 21st position. This is the first Sprint Cup race at Kentucky Speedway, so neither driver has history at the track to take into consideration for your bet.

Harvick currently has the points lead by five in the Sprint Cup standings. He is the lone driver with three wins and he also has six top 5’s and 10 top 10’s on the year. Biffle is 13th in the points standings. He has just one top 5 and five top 10’s on the year. He is still seeking his first win of 2011.

2011 Quaker State 400 Matchup Odds – Kevin Harvick vs. Greg Biffle – July 9, 2011

Kevin Harvick +100

Greg Biffle -130

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