Xfinity Series Kansas Lottery 300 Odds & Best Bets: Gibbs and Allgaier Lead the Charge in the Sunflower State

Nicholas Plowfield

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With 2 races remaining before the NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs begin, the series will move to the Sunflower State to race at Kansas Speedway. This will be the only race at Kansas this season in the Xfinity Series.

The playoff race his heating up. There are still 5 remaining spots in the playoff field with only two automatic bids possible. The drive for points is even more important than the drive to win.

As always, Ty Gibbs finds himself as the favorite this week. However, he has plenty of close company towards the top, including Ross Chastain. Chastain will make another start in the lower series as a practice run for his race on Sunday.

NASCAR Xfinity Series Kansas Lottery 300 Betting Odds

Odds are via BetOnline Sportsbook.

  • Ty Gibbs +400
  • Justin Allgaier +450
  • Noah Gragson +450
  • Josh Berry +600
  • A.J. Allmendinger +800
  • Ross Chastain +850
  • Austin Hill +1200
  • Brandon Jones +1400
  • Sammy Smith +1500
  • Sam Mayer +1500
  • Daniel Hemric +2000
  • Sheldon Creed +2000
  • Riley Herbst +3000
  • Landon Cassill +5000
  • Ryan Sieg +10000
  • Brett Moffitt +10000
  • Brandon Brown +15000
  • Bayley Currey +20000
  • Howie DiSavino III +20000
  • Stefan Parsons +20000
  • Ryan Vargas +20000
  • Joey Gase +20000
  • C.J. McLaughlin +20000
  • Brennan Poole +20000
  • Dillon Bassett +20000
  • Akinori Ogata +20000
  • Jesse Iwuji +20000
  • Rajah Caruth +20000
  • David Starr +20000
  • Jeb Burton +20000
  • Derek Griffith +20000
  • Mason Massey +20000
  • Kris Wright +20000
  • Myatt Snider +20000
  • Matt Mills +20000
  • J.J. Yeley +20000
  • Anthony Alfredo +20000
  • Josh Williams +20000
  • Jeremy Clements +20000

NASCAR Xfinity Series at Kansas Best Bets

Ty Gibbs +400

Gibbs leads the series in wins this season, as he has found victory lane 5 times. With that mark, he has almost secured the #1 spot heading into the playoffs. He is consistent, and he is always towards the front of the pack.

He already has 4 wins on ovals this season, and he has run well on shorter tracks. Kansas matches his ideal track conditions to run well.

Gibbs offers some value, as he is not an overwhelming favorite. At +400, he will offer great pay out if he can find victory lane. Considering he has run well at this style of track, I would consider it a no-brainer.

Justin Allgaier +450

Allgaier will offer similar value to Gibbs, but he is on a hot streak, finishing in the Top 10 in 7 of his last 10 races. He finished 4th last week at Darlington to boost his playoff position to 4th.

Allgaier is a true favorite to win the title this season. With only a couple races to go until the playoffs, it will be crucial to get good laps in to set up for the final 7 races of the year.

Allgaier may be a better bet than Gibbs this week, but it is close. Make sure to lock in the value as it stands, because I don’t expect it to stay at +450 into Saturday.

A.J. Allmendinger +800

Have we mentioned that we are high on A.J. Allmendinger this season? He leads the regular season points standings and sits 3rd in playoff points.

Allmendinger is amazingly consistent with 21 Top 1o finishes in just 24 races. He also has 3 wins to go along with the strong finishes. he is in prime position to win the title, so expect him to continue to push for wins.

At +800, and the consistent finishes, it is a smart move to lock in value early. He has 4 Top 3s in the last 5 races, including a win at at the Indy Road Course. He will be a busy man on Saturday, as he works his way through a strong field to get to the front.

Nicholas Plowfield
Nicholas Plowfield

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