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NASCAR Odds: Dale Earnhardt Jr. favored to win the 500

The 500 is the next race up in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Here is a look at the odds to win this race.

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According to the oddsmakers at BetDSI, Dale Earnhardt Jr. is the favorite to win this week, as he has 9/2 odds. Other short odds to win are Jimmie Johnson (7/1) and Matt Kenseth (10/1). The 500 takes place on Sunday at 2:49PM ET from Talladega Superspeedway.

Earnhardt Jr. is 11th in the standings, 56 points out of first. He is also 31 points out of eighth place, where he needs to be to make the next stage of the cut after this race if he doesn’t win. He is a six-time winner at Talladega with an average finish of 18.7 and a driver rating of 92.8, which is tops for anyone in the field.

Johnson is outside of the Chase. He was cut in the first round. Johnson has the third-best driver rating at Talladega, which is 89.0. Johnson is a former winner at this track and he finished second at Talladega in the spring race.

Kenseth is 12th in the standings, 60 points out of first and 35 points out of eighth place. Kenseth has one win at this track with an average finish of 17.4 and a driver rating of 89.2, which ranks second in the field.

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