Hisense 200 Odds

NASCAR Xfinity Odds: Kyle Busch a +175 favorite to win the Hisense 200

The NASCAR Xfinity Series gets back to action this Saturday with the Hisense 200. Here is a look at the odds to win this race.

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According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, Kyle Busch is the favorite to win this race, as he has +175 odds. Other short odds to win are Denny Hamlin (+250), Austin Dillon (+600) and Ryan Blaney (+600). The Hisense 200 takes place on Saturday at 3:45PM ET from Dover International Speedway.

Busch is the defending champion of this race and he won in 2010 and 2008. Busch has competed in 9 Xfinity races this year and he has four wins with an average finish of 4.6.

Hamlin won this race back in 2007. Hamlin has competed in 10 Xfinity races this year, winning three of them. His average finish this year is 7.8.

Dillon has never won this race. He finished sixth in 2013 and 10th in 2012. He has competed in 14 Xfinity races this year and has won three of them. His average finish is 7.1.

Blaney has never won this race. He was 13th in 2012. He has competed in 11 races this year, winning two of them. His average finish in the 11 races is 10.5.

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