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Doc's Sports7 Unit Play. Take #7543 Joey Logano +100 over Kevin Harvick (3:17p.m., Sunday, August 14 USA Network) Federated Auto 400 Matchup. Whatever Driver has the better finish wins this wager. As always this play comes directly from the William Hill app and other books across the country.
We have had great success this year backing Joey Logano and will do not once again on Sunday. Kevin Harvick won last week and now is in the playoffs, but he still is not having a great year and I do not see his team consistently challenging for wins. We have used Logano 3 times this season and won each time and he is a consistent driver that can win at any track on any given day. Look for a strong top 7 finish and that should be good enough to earn a victory in this matchup.
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NASCAR – Richmond
Your odds and possibly even matchups may vary depending on your outlet. I use consensus matchups – MANY times Fan Duel and Draft Kings limit matchups. These are big named drivers both in the Playoff hunt
#20 Chris Bell vs #19 Martin Truex Jr *3 PM EST
6 Units - #19 Martin Truex Jr (-140)
Love Truex on this track and Joe Gibbs cars are going to do well here, they led numerous laps in the first race here this year, won by Denny Hamlin, a Gibbs driver. Both these drivers are Gibbs drivers BUT I like Truex’s history here.
Truex has a great history on this track. 32 starts here, 1286 laps led on this course, 3 wins, 9 Top 5 finishes. On short tracks he is a threat. He led at New Hampshire – a short track – for 172 laps before finishing 4th. His practice times here were 5th fastest. He qualified 6th. Bell on the other hand is not my flavor this week, his practice times were terrible, 18th in those practice laps and he qualified 21st.
Bell did win at New Hampshire and does well on flat tracks no doubt, I expect Truex to contend in this race and barring some accident or anything crazy I expect a Top 5 out of him. This is his track to win on and he needs it. Truex has led 80 laps or more on this track in 9 out of his last 11 starts here. UNREAL.
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Scott Spreitzer5-Unit Play: Take 7549 Logano -140 over Gibbs (3:17 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 14)
The circuit heads to the flat-track of Richmond and we’re going with a high-end play. Joey Logano has two wins and 12 top-fives in 26 races at Richmond. He loves flat-track racing and won on the flat surface at St. Louis earlier this season. I won’t be surprised at all if Logano wins the race but all I truly care about is our bet, and that’s Logano to finish ahead of Ty Gibbs. Gibbs is filling in for Kurt Busch who suffered a head injury a few weeks ago, driving the #45 Toyota Camry. Gibbs is a talent at just 19-years of age but I have him finishing outside the top-15. I’m backing Logano over Gibbs on Sunday. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.
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