Pocono Organics 325 Betting Odds Preview
The NASCAR Cup Series heads to Pocono Raceway this weekend for races on back-to-back days, starting with the Pocono Organics 325 on Saturday.
Racers in the Cup Series will drive 325 miles at Pocono on Saturday, followed by a 350-mile run in the Pocono 350 on Sunday.
Last week at Talladega Superspeedway, Ryan Blaney posted his first win of the season in the GEICO 500. That moved Blaney into third place in the driver standings with the one win and seven top-five finishes on the season. He is a +1200 underdog at Bovada Sportsbook to win again on Saturday, but he has won this race before, taking the checkers at Pocono in 2017.
Harvick tops oddsboard for Pocono Organics 325
Leading the odds in the Pocono Organics 325 at Bovada are Kevin Harvick at +450, Kyle Busch at +500 and Denny Hamlin at +600.
Harvick has never won a Cup Series race at Pocono. He’s come close several times, with four second-place finishes on the track in his career. Harvick remains atop the Cup standings following a 10th-place finish last week at Talladega.
Busch remains winless on the season after a disappointing 32nd-place finish last week. He won this race at Pocono last season and has three career Cup Series wins on the track.
Hamlin won the 350 at Pocono last season and has won at Pocono five times in his career. Hamlin placed fourth last week at Talladega and has three top-five finishes in his last four races.
Keselowski has excelled on Pocono track
Rounding out the top five on the odds list at Bovada are Chase Elliott at +650 and Brad Keselowski and Martin Truex Jr., both at +700.
Elliott had an awful race at Talladega last week, crashing out early on to finish in 38th place. In eight career Cup Series starts at Pocono, Elliott has yet to record a win while posting six top-10 finishes.
Keselowski has been a consistent challenger at Pocono in recent years. In his last nine races at Pocono, he has posted seven top-five finishes, which includes finishing second three times. Keselowski also posted a win at Pocono back in 2011.
Truex won the 325 at Pocono in 2015 and 2018. He stumbled at Talladega last week, finishing 24th.