NASCAR Odds, Picks: 2 Best Bets for Sunday at Kansas (September 10)

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Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images. Pictured: Ty Gibbs, driver of the #54 Interstate Batteries Toyota

  • NASCAR odds for Kansas show the usual suspects as race favorites, including Kyle Larson, Martin Truex Jr. and Denny Hamlin.
  • However, there are a handful of NASCAR prop picks offering value for Sunday's race at Kansas as well.
  • Below we detail the latest NASCAR odds for Kansas, including two best bets for the Hollywood Casino 400.

Round two of the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs takes place at Kansas Speedway for Sunday's Hollywood Casino 400 (3 p.m. ET, USA).

The latest NASCAR odds for Kansas show Martin Truex Jr. and Kyle Larson as the race's co-favorites at +450, with Christopher Bell (+600), William Byron (+650) and Denny Hamlin (+650) rounding out the top five.

However, I'm bypassing the outright market and instead focusing on top-1o props when it comes to live NASCAR odds for Kansas.

NASCAR Pick for Kansas

*NASCAR odds as of Sunday morning

Kyle Busch (+110) for a Top-10 Finish

Kyle Busch was very quick in Saturday's practice session, but he blew a right-rear tire that ultimately forced him to make contact with the wall.

Due to the damage, Busch did not make a lap in qualifying and will start 35th, but he will still drive his primary car that posted the 10th-best 10-lap average in practice.

I know, that doesn't necessarily jump off the page, but after wrecking in practice, Busch mentioned that his car was really strong, and he was just riding and logging laps.

Kansas is a track where drivers make passes and move through the field, so if the No. 8 Chevy is as fast as I expect it to be, a driver with Busch's talent should maneuver his way toward the front of the field.

Ty Gibbs (+200) for a Top-10 Finish

Me, betting on a driver that blew a right-rear tire in practice and hit the wall? Where have I heard that before …

Yes, there are a lot of similarities between Gibbs and Busch and the weekends they've had so far, but the key difference is that the No. 54 Joe Gibbs team could not repair the primary car and will have to go to with the backup.

Gibbs was lightning-quick in practice yesterday, though we can't be sure his backup will be as fast as the primary.

However, all Toyotas were rocket-fast on Saturday, and I'm willing to buy that Gibbs will have top-10 speed on Sunday afternoon at a discounted price of +200 (bet365).

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