NASCAR 2022 Tennessee Lottery 250 Betting Favorites, Odds Analysis and Picks

NASCAR 2022 Tennessee Lottery 250 Betting Favorites, Odds Analysis and Picks

Written by on June 24, 2022

Making it all the way to then end of the season and walking away as the champion is tough to do in NASCAR. Over in the Xfinity Series, there are 14 races in the books, but still many more to come before we get down to the final 12 and into the playoffs. There is a bit of a gap beginning to open up between the top 12 and the chasing pack, but with so many races still to come, no one is punching their playoff ticket just yet. This weekend, NASCAR is in Nashville for a full slate of races and we have you covered with all 3. For the purposes of this piece, we are turning our attention to the Xfinity Series and the Tennessee Lottery 250, which is set to go at 3:30 PM EST on Saturday afternoon. Let’s take a look at the current NASCAR Xfinity Series Betting Odds for this race.

NASCAR Xfinity Series Betting Preview for Tennessee Lottery 250 Race

Josh Berry (+600)

Over the last few years, Josh Berry has been an occasional visitor to the Xfinity Series, but he decided to go the full-time route this season. It’s a move that appears to be paying off, as Berry finds himself sitting in 4th in the driver standings after 14 races. He was fairly consistent in the early going, but he has stepped it up a gear over the past few weeks. He has 2 wins in the last 5 races and is making a move up the standings.  Given that form, it’s probably not a huge surprise to see him in as the favorite this weekend. He has not raced at Nashville in the Xfinity Series, which might be enough to put some of you off.

Noah Gragson (+600)

After 14 races this season, there are only 2 drivers who have delivered double-digit top 10 finishes. AJ Allmendinger, who is currently sitting at #1, is one of those drovers and Gragson is the other. He has been in the top 10 no less than 10 times this year, while also delivering 2 wins. That is enough to have him sitting at #3 overall in the driver standings. He landed in the top 10 in this race in Nashville last season, but there is reason to believe that he can deliver a stronger performance this time around. I would definitely keep an eye on Gragson.

Justin Allgaier (+600)

As you can see by the standing, as well as the odds for this race, picking a winner in such a tight battle is always difficult. Allgaier finds himself down in 5th in the driver standings, but he is also just 64 points out of the top spot. This is a spot that he is used to being in, as he has been a consistent performer in the Xfinity Series over the years without ever winning a championship. He has just 1 win on the season, but with a 2nd place finish on this track last year, I think he might get his second win this weekend.

Ty Gibbs (+600)

Gibbs came storming out of the gate at a ridiculous pace this season, picking up 3 wins through the first 7 races of the year. He has cooled off since then and failed to pick up another win, but he does have a couple of podium finishes since that last victory. Gibbs did not race at Nashville last year, but I would absolutely not count him out.

 
 

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