NASCAR at Phoenix: Odds, prediction, sleepers, drivers to watch for TicketGuardian 500

NASCAR at Phoenix: Odds, prediction, sleepers, drivers to watch for TicketGuardian 500

Kevin Harvick is off to a slower start than a year ago, but that doesn’t in any manner damage how dangerous he will probably be at ISM Raceway at Phoenix on Sunday for the TicketGuardian 500.

Harvick has two career wins in the one-mile monitor and ends in the top 10 at 65.6 percent of his races there. He’s definitely the favorite.

However, as good as he is, Kyle Busch cannot be underestimated with two career wins in Phoenix and seven leading 7s in his last seven races. He’s finished in six of his last seven efforts there in the top 4.

This race will be a duel between the two and also whoever gets out ahead at the onset of the stage will be the favorite to win. This time we are likely to choose Busch to come out the victor, as he might have picked up the win had it not been for a speeding penalty on pit road.

The TicketGuardian 500 can be viewed Sunday at 3:30 p.m. ET on FOX.

What will be the betting odds for your TicketGuardian 500?
Kevin Harvick 9/4
Kyle Busch 7/2
Brad Keselowski 7/1
Joey Logano 8/1
Martin Truex Jr. 10/1
Chase Elliott 10/1
Denny Hamlin 15/1
Kyle Larson 20/1
Aric Almirola 20/1
Clint Bowyer 25/1
Erik Jones 25/1
Kurt Busch 30/1
Ryan Blaney 30/1
Austin Dillon 50/1
Alex Bowman 50/1
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 50/1
Jimmie Johnson 50/1
Daniel Suarez 60/1
Ryan Newman 100/1
William Byron 100/1
Daniel Hemric 100/1
Paul Menard 100/1
Ryan Preece 200/1
Chris Buescher 200/1
Matt DiBenedetto 200/1
Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr. 500/1
Ty Dillon 1000/1
Michael McDowell 2000/1
David Ragan 2000/1
Field (all others) 500/1
Which drivers if you watch at the TicketGuardian 500?
Aric Almirola has been quietly good this season with two top 10s in his last two races and even a stick to his title. He’ll likely have a fantastic week as he has finishes of fourth, seventh and ninth at Phoenix in his past three runs at the monitor.

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