2019 Indiana 250, Indianapolis Speedway - Predictions and Odds

All eyes will be on the Cup Series this weekend.

Indianapolis Motor Speedway hosts the regular-season finale for the top series.

But, before that, The Brickyard will also host the 25th and penultimate round of the Xfinity Series’ regular season.

With the field very much set for the playoffs, Indy won’t be as decisive.

That being said, the top contenders will definitely be on the hunt for as many playoff points as possible.

Not to mention that a win here means building up momentum for the postseason.

How to Watch

What: Indiana 250

Where: Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, IN

When: Saturday, September 7th at 3:00 PM EST

How: NBCSN (TV) | IMS Radio Network (Web radio) | NBC Sports App

If you are in New Jersey you can bet on Indiana 250 with 888Sport. Find the latest odds below! Good luck!

Favorites to Win the 2019 Indiana 250

Kyle Busch

Kyle Busch will be making his final Xfinity Series’ start of 2019.

The 2015 Cup Series champion would certainly like to go out on a high note.

Busch scored two DNFs in his last two starts in the series – a suspension failure at Watkins Glen and a crash at Bristol.

Before that, the Joe Gibbs Racing driver had scored three wins and a second place in four starts.

As additional motivation, Busch could score his historic 100th win in the Xfinity Series.

The 2009 champion currently is Xfinity’s all-time leader in race victories with 99.

Achieving the 100th win at the legendary Brickyard would certainly make for a good story.

Busch has three wins in six Xfinity Series starts at the track.

His most recent start came in 2017, a 12th place finish after leading the most laps.

Busch won the race in 2013, 2015 and 2016, while also leading the most laps in five of six starts.

SportsbookBusch, KyleLink
888Sport NJ-118

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Justin Allgaier

Justin Allgaier is the defending race winner.

The Xfinity Series veteran scored his fifth and final win of 2018 at The Brickyard.

It was only his second top 5 finish in five starts at The Brickyard.

While Allgaier has already qualified for the playoffs, he is still winless in 2019.

The JR Motorsports driver has nine top 5 and 16 top 10 finishes in 24 races this season.

Allgaier is riding a streak of eight consecutive top 10 finishes heading into Indy.

SportsbookAllgaier, JustinLink
888Sport NJ+1500

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Tyler Reddick

Tyler Reddick finished second at Indy in 2018.

It was only his second start at The Brickyard, following a DNF as a rookie in 2017.

The reigning Xfinity champion is coming off a very strong showing at Darlington.

Reddick was classified second following Denny Hamlin‘s post-race disqualification, and also led the most laps.

It was his eighth consecutive top 5 finish.

The Richard Childress Racing driver leads the points with four wins and a series’ best 19 top 5 finishes.

SportsbookReddick, TylerLink
888Sport NJ+600

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Outside Picks for the 2019 Indiana 250

Cristopher Bell

Christopher Bell scored a solid seventh-place finish in his Indianapolis debut last year.

The Joe Gibbs driver finished second in stage 2 of the race.

Now a more experienced driver, Bell will certainly improve on this result.

The Joe Gibbs driver only missed out on the top 5 once in his last nine races.

Bell’s six wins are tied for the series’ lead in 2019.

He currently sits second in points with 16 top 5 and 17 top 10 finishes.

Despite having crashed out from last year’s race, Cole Custer will likely figure among the contenders in 2019.

He was running among the top 5 before that, and nearly won the first stage of the race.

The Stewart-Haas driver tied Bell’s six wins this season last weekend at Darlington.

Custer finished second on track but was elevated to first post-race following Denny Hamlin’s exclusion.

He is third in points with 12 top 5 and 16 top 10 finishes in 24 races this season.

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888Sport NJ+300

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John Hunter Nemechek

John Hunter Nemechek is definitely an interesting driver top keep an eye on this weekend.

Nemechek edged out Custer, Allgaier and now Cup Series driver Ryan Preece in a four-wide finish to win the first stage last year.

However, it’s worth noting that the rookie moved from Chip Ganassi Racing to GMS for 2019.

As such, he hasn’t quite been able to replicate his impressive 2018 form this year.

Nemechek is tenth in points with four top 5 and 12 top 10 finishes in 24 races.

The GMS Racing driver only has two top 5 results in the most recent ten rounds.

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888Sport NJ+15000

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2019 Indiana 250 Odds

Driver888Sport NJ
Custer, Cole+550
Any Other Driver+1200
Briscoe, Chase+2000
Dillon, Austin+2000
Cindric, Austin+4000
Gragson, Noah+4000
Burton, Jeb+5000
Jones, Brandon+5000
Anett, Michael+7000
Haley, Justin+10000
Sieg, Ryan+20000

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