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Coke Zero Sugar 400 Odds: Denny Hamlin Sits Atop The Oddsboard

Denny Hamlin is the favorite in the Coke Zero Sugar 400 odds.

We have reached the final race of the regular season as the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs begin next week with the Round of 16. While 14 drivers have punched their ticket, there are still two drivers on the bubble, leaving an opening for an outsider to win this week at Daytona International Speedway and bump someone out. When it comes to Coke Zero Sugar 400 odds on Saturday, it is Denny Hamlin who is favored.

Coke Zero Sugar 400 Odds

Online sportsbook Bovada has released the Coke Zero Sugar 400 odds and listed Hamlin as the +750 favorite. He is followed closely by Kyle Larson at +1100, Chase Elliott at +1200, Joey Logano at +1200 and Ryan Blaney at +1200 to round out the top five drivers on the oddsboard.

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Odds to Win The Coke Zero Sugar 400
Denny Hamlin+750
Kyle Larson+1100
Chase Elliott+1200
Joey Logano+1200
Ryan Blaney+1200
William Byron+1200
Austin Dillon+1400
Brad Keselowski+1600
Kyle Busch+1600
Alex Bowman+1800
Aric Almirola+2000
Christopher Bell+2000
Kevin Harvick+2000
Matt DiBenedetto+2200
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.+2200
Bubba Wallace+2500
Martin Truex Jr.+2500
Kurt Busch+2800
Ryan Newman+3000
Tyler Reddick+3000
Michael McDowell+3300
Ross Chastain+3500
Chase Briscoe+4000
Chris Buescher+4000
Cole Custer+4000
Daniel Suarez+4000
Kaz Grala+4500
Erik Jones+5000
Ryan Preece+5000
Corey LaJoie+6000
Anthony Alfredo+10000
Justin Haley+10000
Cody Ware+20000
BJ McLeod+25000
David Starr+25000
Garrett Smithley+25000
Joey Gase+25000
Josh Bilicki+25000
Landon Cassill+25000
Quin Houff+25000

Odds as of August 25 at Bovada

New to NASCAR betting and want to get your feet wet ahead of the playoffs? Check out our How to Bet NASCAR guide to give you all the information on how to place a racing wager. To investigate Hamlin’s +750 odds further, our sports betting calculator tells us that his implied win probability is 11.76 percent.

Daytona International Speedway: Why Is Hamlin The Chalk?

The only driver in the top 10 of the NASCAR standings without a win this season is Denny Hamlin. While he hasn’t found victory lane, he has been fairly consistent with the second-most stage wins, top-five finishes, top-10 finishes and laps led. Week in and week out, Hamlin could be installed as the favorite or close to it given his strong performances, albeit without a win.

At Daytona, Hamlin is a three-time Daytona 500 winner and has 11 top-five finishes among his 31 career starts, including eight podium finishes. He has led at least one lap in 23 of his starts at the superspeedway and has finished on the podium in seven of the last 15 runnings at this track.

NASCAR Prediction This Week For The Coke Zero Sugar 400: Daytona International Speedway

Oh boy, did NASCAR set its schedule up in a brilliant way – a superspeedway for the final race of the regular season. Kevin Harvick and Tyler Reddick are on the bubble, with Austin Dillon – who has a win at Daytona – looming large just 25 points out of a playoff spot. Anything can happen at these tracks but I’ll give my three best picks for this week.

Denny Hamlin +750: Leave it to the final race of the regular season for Hamlin to pick up his first win with momentum heading into the playoffs. Denny was the car to beat in the Daytona 500 this year, leading nearly half of the laps before finishing fifth. He has won at this track three times and is consistently toward the front each week. Love the value at +750 for Hamlin to win this week.

Chase Elliott +1200: While Elliott’s two wins this season have come at road courses, he has been competitive elsewhere, including a second-place finish in the Daytona 500 to open the season. In fact, the reigning Cup Series champion has back-to-back runner-up finishes at Daytona and you know he’s chomping at the bit to get his first win at this historic track and help move him up in the NASCAR Cup championship odds.

Bubba Wallace +2500: Going off the board a little bit here but it’s Daytona so why not have a risky pick. Bubba has made eight career starts at this track and has two top-five finishes, including a runner-up performance in his first Daytona 500 in 2018. At this point, Wallace needs a win to make the playoffs and what a drama it would be for him to grab his first career win and clinch a chance at the championship.