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Pocono Organics CBD 325 Odds: Larson Favored at Tricky Triangle

Kyle Larson is the favorite in the Pocono Organics CBD 325 Odds at Pocono Raceway.

The NASCAR Cup Series is headed to Pocono Raceway for a weekend doubleheader after visiting Nashville for the first time last week. Kyle Larson picked up his fourth straight checkered flag at Nashville, including the all-star race, and is the favorite to win a fifth in a row in the Pocono Organics CBD 325 odds for the Saturday race at Pocono Raceway.

Online sportsbook BetOnline Sportsbook has released the Pocono Organics CBD 325 odds with Larson set with the shortest odds of +180. He is followed by Denny Hamlin at +700, Kyle Busch at +800, Chase Elliott at +900 and William Byron at +900 to round out the top five drivers on the oddsboard.

Pocono Organic CBD 325 Odds: Pocono Raceway

Odds to Win The Pocono Organic CBD 325
Kyle Larson+180
Denny Hamlin+700
Kyle Busch+800
Chase Elliott+900
William Byron+900
Kevin Harvick+1000
Martin Truex Jr.+1000
Brad Keselowski+1400
Alex Bowman+1600
Ryan Blaney+1600
Joey Logano+1800
Christopher Bell+4000
Aric Almriola+5000
Kurt Busch+5000
Ross Chastain+5000
Tyler Reddick+5000
Austin Dillon+8000
Matt DiBenedetto+8000
Chris Buescher+10000
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.+10000
Daniel Suarez+15000
Erik Jones+15000
Cole Custer+20000
Ryan Newman+20000
Bubba Wallace+25000
Chase Briscoe+25000
Michael McDowell+25000
Ryan Preece+25000
Corey LaJoie+50000
Anthony Alfredo+75000
BJ McLeod+150000
Cody Ware+150000
Garrett Smithley+150000
James Davidson+150000
Josh Bilicki+150000
Justin Haley+150000
Quin Houff+150000
Timmy Hill+150000

Odds as of June 24 at BetOnline Sportsbook

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Why is Larson the Favorite in the Pocono Organics CBD 325 Odds at Pocono Raceway?

If you simply looked at Larson’s stats at the Tricky Triangle, you might be surprised to see him as the chalk. However, his stats this year paint a much clearer picture about why he tops the oddsboard. More on that below.

At Pocono, Larson has made 12 career starts and half of those resulted in top-10 finishes, including three in the top five. He also was the runner-up in the first race in 2018, his best finish at this track, though he failed to lead a lap in that running.

What are Larson’s Stats in 2021?

The No. 5 machine has been an absolute rocket ship this season and especially so of late. Since the second weekend of May, a span of seven races, Larson has finished either first or second, winning the last four races, including the all-star event.

With his victory last week at Nashville, he now has the most points wins this season with four, the most top-five finishes with 10, has led the most laps (nearly 700 more than second place) and has the most stage wins (seven more than second place). Quite simply, it has been Larson and the rest of the Cup Series field of late and that’s why he is now the favorite in NASCAR Cup championship odds.

NASCAR Predictions this week for the Pocono Organics CBD 325: Pocono Raceway

We could keep this section brief and just pick Kyle Larson and move on, considering his dominance recently. However, I can’t fathom betting on a driver to win at just +180, especially when something like a cut tire or a blown engine could ruin your day – and your bet. So, I’m going to avoid Larson this week and provide you with three different options to win the Pocono Organics CBD 325.

Denny Hamlin +700: While Larson has been extremely dominant this season, he still sits 10 points behind Hamlin in the Cup Series points standings. Hamlin has the second-most top-10 finishes and the second-most stage wins. Furthermore, he has six wins at Pocono, including victories in two of the last three races with the other a second-place finish. He has led at least one lap in each of the last five races at the Tricky Triangle.

William Byron +900: As mentioned, I am avoiding Larson but I didn’t say I was going to avoid his teammates. Byron is starting outside pole alongside Larson when the green flag drops and he has the most top-10 finishes in the Cup Series with 13. At Pocono, Byron has just six career starts but has finished inside the top 10 in four of those, with one top-five finish. Starting at the front and having been consistent all season, 9:1 odds provide good value for Byron to pick up his second win of the year.

Chase Elliott +900: Another Larson teammate, reigning Cup Series champion Chase Elliott is providing good value at +900. While he has led only 67 total laps in 10 starts at the Tricky Triangle, he does have seven top-10 finishes, including three fourth-place finishes. Chase had a rough go last week at Nashville, finishing 39th, but had finished on the podium in the five prior races, including the all-star race.