NASCAR championship race: Odds, fantasy advice, prediction, sleepers, drivers to watch for Ford EcoBoost 400

With one race to determine the champion of NASCAR’s playoffs, this truly is anyone’s game.

NASCAR’s Championship 4 of Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, Martin Truex Jr. and Joey Logano have had success at Homestead-Miami Speedway, but none of them are dominant in victories.

The four drivers have combined for three wins in 52 joint races and none has won more than once. However, they all happen to be in contention repeatedly as they have combined for 33 top-10 finishes.

So who is going to come out on top this weekend? It’s difficult to say. The good money is on Busch or even Harvick, since the two drivers have combined to win 16 races this year, but Truex is the defending champion and has four wins of his own this year, including one on a 1.5-mile track in Kentucky.

We completely believe someone from the Championship 4 will come out on the top and we are choosing Busch to earn his second win in a row and first NASCAR championship since 2015.

The Ford EcoBoost 400 could be viewed Sunday at 3 p.m. ET on NBC.

What are the odds for Homestead-Miami?
Kevin Harvick 11/4
Kyle Busch 11/4
Kyle Larson 3/1
Martin Truex Jr. 6/1
Joey Logano 10/1
Brad Keselowski 15/1
Chase Elliott 20/1
Denny Hamlin 20/1
Clint Bowyer 25/1
Kurt Busch 25/1
Erik Jones 30/1
Aric Almirola 40/1
Ryan Blaney 40/1
Austin Dillon 80/1
Jimmie Johnson 80/1
Daniel Suarez 100/1
Alex Bowman 100/1
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 200/1
Jamie McMurray 300/1
Paul Menard 500/1
William Byron 500/1
Ryan Newman 500/1
Matt Kenseth 500/1
Ty Dillon 1000/1
AJ Allmendinger 1000/1
Chris Buescher 1000/1
Michael McDowell 2000/1
Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr. 2000/1
Regan Smith 5000/1
Field (all others) 1000/1
Which NASCAR drivers are perfect for your dream lineup in Homestead-Miami?
Kyle Larson has the third best odds to win Homestead-Miami Speedway and for good reason. In five career NASCAR races at the course he’s finished in the top 5 three times. In four trips to Miami in the Xfinity series he has finished in the top 10 four times in four tries. Three of these attempts were in the top . He also has nine top-10 endings on 1.5-mile tracks this season.

Brad Keselowski was last year’s Championship 4, but was unable to come away with a win. This season he could be the guy to keep one of the best four out of winning the race. Keselowski has two leading 5s and four top 10s in his career at Miami and has finished in the top 10 seven times in 10 1.5-mile races this year.

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