Edwards vs. Kenseth Odds

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HAMPTON, GA (TheSpread) – Two of the favorites to win Sunday’s AdvoCare 500 are Matt Kenseth and Carl Edwards. Which of the two drivers will get the best of the other?

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According to oddsmakers, both drivers have odds of -115 to beat the other in Sunday night’s race.

Kenseth qualified sixth for Sunday’s race while Edwards will start seventh. Kenseth is third in the point standings, 3 points ahead of Edwards. Kenseth has two wins and seven topp 5’s on the year while Edwards has one win and 10 top 5’s.

At Atlanta Motor Speedway, Edwards owns three wins and seven top 5’s. His average finish at this track is 14.2 while his driver rating is 101.2, which ranks third in the series. He hold the series high for 316 fastest laps run at the track. Kenseth is winless at Atlanta but has eight top 5’s and 12 top 10’s. His average finish there is 13.0 and his driver rating is 94.5, which ranks eighth in the series. He ranks third in green flag passes at Atlanta with 756.

2011 AdvoCare 500 Matchup Odds – Matt Kenseth vs. Carl Edwards – September 4, 2011

Matt Kenseth -115

Carl Edwards -115

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