2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship Odds - Race at Phoenix Betting Analysis

2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship Odds – Race at Phoenix Betting Analysis

This has been an exciting season on all 3 fronts in NACAR, but it all comes to an end this weekend in Phoenix. By the time all is said and done, we will have seen a trio of champions crowned. Now, whether we see some repeat winners or someone new entirely remains to be seen, but we will do our best to break it all down heading into the final weekend. We will start things out by taking a look at the final race in the Xfinity Series, which is set to go off at 8:30 PM EST on Saturday night. As you are all probably well aware, we are down to the final 4 drivers in the Xfinity Series, but which of them will walk away as the champion on Saturday night? Let’s take a closer look to see if we can figure it out so you can plan your bets against the NASCAR Xfinity Series Odds.

NASCAR Xfinity Series Betting Odds & Analysis for Championship Race

Noah Gragson (+450)

If you are looking to wager on a driver with some serious momentum, then look no further than Noah Gragson. He punched his ticket into the final 4 with a great showing and a win in the final race in the Round of 8, taking the checkered flag at Martinsville last weekend. He finished the regular season strong with a pair of wins in the final few weeks, and while he has had a couple of podium finishes in the playoffs, he needed that win last weekend to move on to compete for the championship. You do have to like his chances, as he finished 2nd at Phoenix in the final race last season.

Austin Cindric (+350)

At this stage of the season in 2020, Cindric went into the final race of the season with 5 wins under his belt, but not a great run of form in the playoffs. He did what it took in Phoenix and walked away a champion. This time around, he comes into that final race having won 5 races again, but he has been stronger in the playoffs and comes into the championship decider on the heels of 3 podium finishes in his last 4 races. He may not have picked up any wins on those races, but he has been consistently among the leaders, which is where he will look to be this weekend.

Daniel Hemric (+500)

When you see a driver crowned as the champion for the season, there is an expectation that there will be a few wins under their belt. Daniel Hemric is in the championship race due to his consistency as opposed to his wins, as he is still looking for his first checkered flag of the season. He has racked up points at a great rate, though, finishing in the top 5 in 5 of his last 6 races, so he certainly deserves to be here. Whether he can make that first win count remains to be seen.

AJ Allmendinger (+400)

Over the course of a long NASCAR season, every driver will experience hot and cold runs. The reality, though, is that it’s all about doing enough to keep moving on and giving yourself a shot once the playoffs begin. Allmendinger has been consistent all season and already has a couple of playoff wins under his belt heading into the final race of the season. He is also the most experienced of the 4 drivers, so might he use that to help him win it all on the final day?


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