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Chase Elliott is one of the favorites in the FireKeepers Casino 400 Odds.

Last weekend’s race needed overtime to sort out a winner. Tyler Reddick, who started the race at the front of the pack after holding the fastest lap in qualifying, beat out Ross Chastain in OT to pick up his second win of the season. 

Going into Sunday’s FireKeepers Casino 400, Reddick holds the seventh-best odds to win outright at +1100 according to sportsbook Bovada. Chase Elliott and Kyle Busch are co-favorites with +650 odds.

Here are the top 15 drivers on the oddsboard for this weekend’s race at Michigan International Speedway.

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Odds to Win The FireKeepers Casino 400
DriverOdds
Chase Elliott+650
Kyle Busch+650
Kyle Larson+700
Denny Hamlin+800
Ross Chastain+1000
Ryan Blaney+1000
Tyler Reddick+1100
William Byron+1100
Martin Truex Jr.+1200
Christopher Bell+1400
Joey Logano+1400
Alex Bowman+2000
Daniel Suarez+2000
Kevin Harvick+2000
Bubba Wallace+2500

Odds as of August 4 at Bovada

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Chase Elliott (+650)

There isn’t a driver who’s hotter than Chase Elliott right now. He has three wins over the last six races, and in the three races he didn’t win, he finished second, second and 16th.

That 16th might contradict that “no one hotter” claim I just made, but last weekend Elliott was challenging eventual winner Tyler Reddick for the lead before he was clipped in turn 1 following a restart, taking him out of the race with only three laps left.

So while he sure fell short of a top-two finish on paper, when you dive into why Elliott fell to 16th, the context shows he could have very well ended the race in the top two.

Going into Sunday’s race in Michigan, he is still one of the better drivers in all of NASCAR with a 125-point advantage at the top of the Cup Series standings. Not to mention his 7.7 average finish over 11 races is the best all-time at Michigan International Speedway.

That’s why he’s the favorite to win this weekend with outright odds at +650. According to our odds calculator, his odds represent a 13.33 percent implied chance to win.

Kyle Busch (+650)

Over Kyle Busch’s last seven races at Michigan International Speedway, he’s finished outside the top five just twice. His best finish in those seven races was in 2018 when he came in third. That seems to be Busch’s claim to be a co-favorite here.

Over his last five races on the season, he hasn’t finished in the top 10. To be fair, he did come in second for the M&M Fan Favorite 400 a few weeks ago but was disqualified for a fascia violation.

So while Busch is a co-favorite here, I’d caution placing a wager. But if you fancy putting money down on him, a winning $100 bet would return $650.

Busch holds the fourth-best NASCAR Cup Series odds at +800.

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Kyle Larson (+700)

Kyle Larson has won on this specific track three times since 2016. Not to mention finishing third the last time out in Brooklyn, Michigan.

Larson’s 11.7 average finish in his 13 races on this track is fourth all-time. This is a track the No. 5 car does well on and that could very well continue this weekend. At +700, he’s not a favorite to win, but he’s not far off.

Ryan Blaney (+1000)

Last year’s FireKeepers Casino 400 winner was none other than Ryan Blaney. The No. 12 car started the race in the third position following qualification and held off William Byron and Kyle Larson in the final laps to capture the checkered flag.

Blaney is one of the few drivers projected to make the playoffs who hasn’t yet won a race this season. He’ll look to rectify that this weekend on a track where he’s won recently.

Kevin Harvick (+2500)

He’s won this race twice over the last three seasons. Last year, he finished 14th after starting eighth, so it hasn’t always been a good day for Harvick on this track of late.

But it’s hard to ignore his five career wins at Michigan, which is the most all-time, and his 11.2 average finish (third all-time) in 41 career races.