NASCAR at Pocono odds, predictions: Surprising 2020 Pocono 350 picks from model that nailed Daytona 500

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NASCAR has found innovative ways to make up for races lost due to the coronavirus pandemic, including back-to-back Cup Series weekend races at Pocono this weekend. The second event comes on Sunday at 4 p.m. ET when the green flag drops on the 2020 Pocono 350. The race will be 140 laps and 350 miles, slightly longer than Saturday’s 130-lap, 325-mile event won by Kevin Harvick.

Harvick is going off at 4-1 to repeat on Sunday, while Kyle Busch is listed as the 7-2 favorite in the latest 2020 Pocono 350 odds from William Hill. Denny Hamlin (4-1), Martin Truex Jr. (8-1) and Ryan Blaney (10-1) round out the top five 2020 Pocono 350 contenders. Before locking in any 2020 Pocono 350 picks, be sure to see the latest 2020 NASCAR at Pocono predictions and projected leaderboard from the proven model at SportsLine

Developed by daily Fantasy pro and SportsLine predictive data engineer Mike McClure, this proprietary NASCAR prediction model simulates every race 10,000 times, taking into account factors such as track history and recent results.

The model began the 2020 NASCAR season by picking Denny Hamlin to win his second consecutive Daytona 500 at 10-1. It got off to a hot start on its NASCAR picks following the coronavirus hiatus as well, calling seven of the top 10 drivers at The Real Heroes 400 and the Toyota 500 at Darlington. 

Using the model, McClure also recommended an outright play on winner Brad Keselowski at 13-1 as one of his best bets at Bristol. The model also called Kevin Harvick’s win at Atlanta and nailed a whopping nine top-10 finishers in that race. McClure also used the model to lock in an outright bet on Hamlin winning at 10-1 at Miami. Anybody who has followed it has seen huge returns.

Now, the model simulated NASCAR at Pocono 2020 on Sunday, June 28 10,000 times. Head here to see the complete projected leaderboard.

Top 2020 Pocono 350 predictions

For the 2020 Pocono 350, the model is high on Erik Jones, even though he’s a massive 20-1 long shot in the latest NASCAR at Pocono odds. He’s a target for anyone looking for a huge payday. 

Jones has just seven career races at The Tricky Triangle, but he’s been extremely successful in his limited action. He’s finished outside the top 10 just twice and enters Sunday’s race having finished in the top five in three of his last four starts at Pocono, highlighted by a runner-up finish last July. Jones has also led at least 10 laps in two of the last four races at this track, making him one of the drivers capable of climbing the 2020 NASCAR at Pocono leaderboard in short order.

And a massive shocker: Ryan Blaney, one of the top Vegas favorites, stumbles big-time and doesn’t even crack the top five. There are far better values in a loaded 2020 Pocono 350 starting lineup. Blaney enters Sunday’s race just 29-points behind Harvick in the NASCAR standings after finishing in the top five in four of his last five starts. 

However, Blaney has struggled at Pocono Raceway in his most recent outings. In fact, he has failed to make the top-10 in three of his last four starts at this track. 

How to make 2020 Pocono 350 picks

The model is also targeting two other drivers with 2020 NASCAR at Pocono odds of 16-1 or longer to make a serious run at the checkered flag, including an astronomical long shot. Anyone who backs these drivers could hit it big. You can only see them here.

So who wins Sunday’s 2020 Pocono 350? And which long shots stun NASCAR? Check out the latest odds below and then visit SportsLine now to see the full projected 2020 NASCAR at Pocono leaderboard, all from the model that has crushed its NASCAR picks and nailed the Daytona 500

2020 NASCAR at Pocono odds 

Kyle Busch 7-2
Kevin Harvick 4-1
Denny Hamlin 4-1
Martin Truex Jr. 8-1
Ryan Blaney 10-1
Brad Keselowski 12-1
Chase Elliott 12-1
Joey Logano 16-1
Erik Jones 20-1
Aric Almirola 22-1
William Byron 35-1
Alex Bowman 40-1
Kurt Busch 40-1
Clint Bowyer 50-1
Jimmie Johnson 50-1
Matt DiBendetto 75-1
Tyler Reddick 75-1
Christopher Bell 75-1
Matt Kenseth 125-1
Ryan Newman 150-1
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 150-1
Austin Dillon 150-1
Bubba Wallace 200-1
Cole Custer 250-1
Chris Buescher 300-1
Ryan Preece 750-1
John Hunter Nemechek 1000-1
Ty Dillon 1500-1
Michael McDowell 1500-1
Daniel Suarez 2500-1
Quin Houff 5000-1
JJ Yeley 5000-1
Timmy Hill 5000-1
Corey Lajoie 5000-1
Garrett Smithley 5000-1
Joey Gase 5000-1
Brennan Poole 5000-1

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