Biffle vs. Kenseth Odds

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BROOKLYN, MI (TheSpread) – Matt Kenseth and Greg Biffle will start up front in the 2011 Pure Michigan 400 on Sunday. Which driver will be closer to finishing first when the race is over?

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According to oddsmakers, Kenseth is the favorite to beat Biffle on Sunday, with odds of -145. Biffle comes in with a money line of +105 to finish ahead of Kenseth.

Biffle won the pole on Friday to start first in today’s race while Kenseth will start second. Kenseth is fifth in the point standings. He has two wins and seven top 5’s on the year. Biffle is 13th in the point standings. He has just one top 5 and seven top 10’s on the year.

At Michigan International Speedway, Kenseth has two victories with 11 top 5’s. His average finish at the track is 9.5 while his driver rating is 103.5, which puts him fourth amongst all drivers. Biffle also has two wins at MIS while his average finish is 12.4 and his driver rating is 106.1, which is second best of any driver in the series.

2011 Pure Michigan 400 Matchup Odds – Matt Kenseth vs. Greg Biffle – August 21, 2011

Matt Kenseth -145

Greg Biffle +105

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