Johnson vs. Gordon Odds

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RICHMOND, VA (TheSpread) – Jeff Gordon is the hot driver in NASCAR while Jimmie Johnson is leading the point standings. Who will get the edge in Saturday’s Wonderful Pistachios 400?

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According to oddsmakers, Jimmie Johnson has odds of -135 to top Gordon on Saturday night, while Gordon comes in with a money line of +105 to beat Johnson.

Johnson will start third in Saturday’s race while Gordon will start from 17th position. Johnson currently has a 21-point lead in the Sprint Cup standings. Johnson has just one win on the year, but has a series-high 17 top-10 finishes. Gordon is fifth in the point standings, 43 points behind Johnson. Gordon holds threw wins and nine top 5’s this season.

At Richmond International Speedway, Gordon holds two wins with 14 top 5’s. His average finish at the track is 14.8 while his driver rating is 97.8, which ranks fifth in the series. Johnson has three wins at Richmond in his career. His average finish at this track is 16.5 while his driver rating is 88.7, which ranks just 10th amongst active drivers.

2011 Wonderful Pistachios 400 Matchup Odds – Jimmie Johnson vs. Jeff Gordon – September 10, 2011

Jimmie Johnson -135

Jeff Gordon +105

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