300 Odds

NASCAR Xfinity Series Odds: 300 9/21/17

The NASCAR Xfinity Series will continue action this weekend with the running of the 300. Here’s the latest odds for the race.

According to the latest oddsmakers, Sam Hornish Jr. is the favorite, as he has 7/2 odds. Other short odds to win are Kyle Benjamin, Ryan Preece and William Byron, who each have 9/2 odds. The 300 takes place Saturday at 8PM ET from Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky.

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Hornish finished fourth in this race last year. He has competed in just three Xfinity Series races this year, winning one while placing outside the top 30 in the other two.

Benjamin has competed in just four Xfinity races in his career, none in Kentucky. He finished second in his last race in Iowa, but placed outside the top 10 in the other three.

Preece has competed in just two Xfinity races this year, winning one while placing second in the other. He finished 30th in this event a year ago.

Byron finished seventh at Kentucky earlier this season and he has picked up three wins this year. However, he has finished outside the top 20 in three of his last six races and outside the top 5 in seven of his last eight.

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