With the NASCAR Xfinity series rolling right along and heading into Pocono Raceway for this weekend’s Pocono 225, it’s time to take a look at the handful of drivers that are offering the best value against their NASCAR odds when this race goes down live on Sunday, June 28 at 12:30 PM ET. This race debuted in 2016 and was won by now, NASCAR Cup Series driver Cole Custer a year ago. Now, let’s take a look at the NASCAR odds, followed by my top five picks to win this year’s Pocono 225.
NASCAR Pocono Green 225 Odds and Predictions
General Race Info Pocono Green 225
- When: Sunday, June 28, 2020 at 12:30 PM ET
- Where: Pocono Raceway
- Pocono Green 225 Live: FS1
2020 Pocono Green 225 Odds
|Joe Graf Jr||+220000|
No. 5 Harrison Burton, +880
Burton is third in the Xfinity standings with a series-leading 10, Top-10 finishes, seven Top-5 finishes and two wins at California on February 29 and at Miami on June 13. While he’s never raced at Pocono in the Xfinity series, Burton has had some success at this track in the ARCA Menards Series and a third place finish in the Truck Series. More importantly, Burton has racked up an impressive four Top-5 finishes in his last five races, including his win at Miami and a second place finish at Bristol. I love Burton’s value as a +880 pick.
No. 4 Justin Haley, +2500
Fourth in the Xfinity standings, Haley has seven Top-10 finishes, four Top-5 finishes and a thrilling win this past weekend at Talladega. In his only career start at Talladega, Haley recorded a Top-10 finish and he’s finished sixth or better in five of his last nine races coming into this event. Haley is averaging a 5.75 place finish in his last four races and will definitely have a shot to go ‘back-to-back’ this weekend.
No. 3 Noah Gragson, +550
Gragson is in second place in the standings despite having a series-leading 469 points to Chase Briscoe’s 454 points. Gragson has recorded nine Top-10 finishes this season, seven Top-5 finishes and a pair of wins at the season-opening Daytona and at Bristol on May 25. Gragson finished sixth in this race last year and has recorded a stellar five straight Top-10 finishes, including four Top-5 finishes.
No. 2 Chase Briscoe, +250
Briscoe is currently in first place in the NASCAR Xfinity standings with eight Top-10 finishes, five Top-5 finishes and three victories in 11 starts this season. I’m expecting the 25-year-old Indiana native to be highly motivated after finishing a disappointing 18th at Talladega last weekend. I two career races at Pocono Raceway, Briscoe has one Top-10 finish and one Top-5 finish and I believe he’s going to have a great chance to add to his series leading three victories.
No. 1 Ross Chastain, +880
Chastain is seventh in the standings with nine Top-10 finishes and three Top-5 finishes. While he’s yet to taste victory this season, Chastain has finished third at Miami and second at Talladega the last two weeks and that recent form is what makes me believe he’s got a great shot to win outright as a value-packed +880 pick.