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Ally 400 NASCAR Cup Series Picks, Odds, and Predictions 6/20/21

Ally 400
June 20, 2021 3:30 pm EDT

We head to Nashville for the Ally 400 in the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series. This is the 17th race of the season and the first race since Allstar weekend. This will be the first version of this particular race. 

Here are five drivers to consider throwing on Sunday’s card.

Kyle Larson, +260 – You can’t put together a racing card and not include Larson. He’s not only won his last two races, but he’s finished no worse than second in his last five races. Larson has three wins overall this season. There’s nothing left to say. Larson is the best driver on the planet right now.

Chase Elliott, +650 – You’re not going to get rich backing another favorite, but Elliott is another driver in great form. Elliott has finished no worse than third in each of his last four races and fifth or better in five of his last six races. Elliott has eight top-five finishes this year overall. Consistency is key and it doesn’t get much better than Elliott right now.

Brad Keselowski, +1200 – Keselowski is due for a breakout performance after five straight finishes outside of the top-10. Don’t expect him to stay in this funk for long. Keselowski also has experience in Nashville, which includes wins in the 2008 and 2010 Federated Auto Parts 300 in Xfinity Series. There’s some value here with Keselowski.

Denny Hamlin, +800 – Hamlin has finished outside of the top-10 just four times this season and he has yet to taste victory lane. That’s going to change sooner than later. Hamlin also has four trips at the Nashville Superspeedway in the Xifinity Series and he finished inside the top-10 in every appearance. This is a decent chance to make eight times your money this weekend.

Alex Bowman, +1400 – Bowman is a solid bet nearly every weekend, as he has the results but isn’t priced like a top driver. Bowman has two victories this season and is averaging a finish of 5.75 in his last four races. Right now, Bowman is one of the more valuable bets on the board.

Randy Chambers's Free Pick:
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Randy Chambers

Randy has covered sports betting since 2014 and writes about everything from NFL to WNBA.
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