|Jimmie Johnson looking good in attempt to win seventh Sprint Cup title.|
Ford EcoBoost 400
Sunday, November 20, 2016 - 12:03 pm PT
RATING DRIVER ODDS PRACTICE 1 QUALIFIED PRACTICE 2 PRACTICE 3
1. Jimmie Johnson (C) 7/2 5th 14th 1st 10th
Two-time runner-up in 15 starts; no wins, but he's never been in Chase situation where he had to.
2. Carl Edwards (C) 7/1 9th 10th 3rd 2nd
Two-time winner with 9.2 average in 12 starts; best 10-consecutive lap average in practice 2.
3. Kevin Harvick 6/1 15th 1st 20th 11th
2014 winner, Cup champion; three-time runner-up and series-best 7.2 average (15 starts).
4. Martin Truex Jr. 8/1 2nd 6th 7th 1st
2006 runner-up with 10.1 average finish in 11 starts; two 2016 wins, 883 laps led on 1.5-mile tracks.
5. Chase Elliott 10/1 10th 5th 2nd 5th
Making track debut in Cup car; fourth on last 1.5-mile track (Texas); practiced well on long runs.
6. Joey Logano (C) 7/1 4th 13th 6th 8th
Career-best fourth-place last season, 17.7 average in seven starts. Momentum from Phoenix win.
7. Kyle Busch (C) 5/1 8th 9th 28th 14th
2015 winner, which gave him the championship; two 2016 wins, 7.8 average in 10 races on 1.5s .
8. Ryan Newman 100/1 1st 3rd 9th 3rd
Career-best runner-up in 2014, finished second in Chase. Had his best practice sessions of season.
9. Denny Hamlin 20/1 11th 4th 16th 7th
Two-time winner (2009, 2013), 10.7 average; second-best 10-consecutive lap average in practice 2.
10. Matt Kenseth 12/1 13th 7th 11th 6th
2007 winner, fifth-place average past three starts; sixth-place average in past three races on 1.5s. .
Note: This is the 11th race of the 36-race season on a 1.5-mile track, but its the only track featuring a high-banked paperclip layout.
(C) denotes driver eligible to win 2016 Sprint Cup Championship.
Odds courtesy of Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook.
Micah Roberts, a former sports book director, has been been setting NASCAR lines in Las Vegas since 1994. Follow on Twitter @MicahRoberts7
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