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Posted: Friday, July 5, 2019 1:22, EDT | 0 comments Okay NASCAR gaming loyal, together with the 18th race of the season going down this weekend at Daytona International Speedway, we’re now in the halfway point of this 2019 NASCAR Monster Energy. Better yet, you are likely to have a fantastic chance to cash in using a potentially winning bet when the 2019 Coke Zero Sugar 400 gets underway Saturday, July 6. While NASCAR lovers and auto racing gambling enthusiasts everywhere know that Daytona International Speedway is the most iconic place in all NASCAR and the home of the coveted Daytona 500, everything you need to know is that the Coke 400 is its major attraction as this race goes down in prime time under the lights at 7:30 PM ET. Now, let’s figure out who the top five picks would be to bring home the bacon this coming weekend. 2019 Coke Zero Sugar 400 Odds, Predictions & Picks Where: Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, FL When: Saturday, July 6, 2019, green flag at 7:30 PM ET TV: NBC Sports Live Stream: Odds to Win 2019 Coke Zero 400 Kyle Busch +250 Martin Truex Jr. +400 Kevin Harvick +600 Brad Keselowski +700 Joey Logano +800 Chase Elliott +1000 Denny Hamlin +1600 Clint Bowyer +2000 Ryan Blaney +2000 Kyle Larson +2500 Jimmie Johnson +2500 Kurt Busch +2500 Alex Bowman +2800 Erik Jones +3300 Aric Almirola +3300 Daniel Suarez +6600 William Byron +8000 Austin Dillon +10000 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. +20000 No. 5 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.. I understand Stenhouse Jr. sits at an uninspiring 19th spot at the NASCAR standings with no wins, one Top 5 finish and just two Top 10 finishes, but I presume he is a terrific mad choice to win it all, seeing as he took the checkered flag in this occasion in 2017 while finishing fifth at 2016 and seventh in the 2014 Daytona 500. Stenhouse Jr. has an average finish of 15.31 at Daytona, but again, he’s got two top five finishes in his last six looks at Daytona including that aforementioned success from the 2017 Coke Zero Sugar 400. No. 4 Kyle Busch While Kyle Busch hasn’t experienced a whole lot of success in Daytona, his sole success on this course did occur at this event in 2008. Along with that, Busch finished second in last year’s Coke Zero Sugar 400 and the same second in both, 2006, 2007 and 2016. Busch has also finished fourth in the 2008 Daytona 500 and next at the 2016 Daytona 500. More to the point, Busch, has a season-high four wins this season to go along with 10 Top five finishes and an impressive 15 Top 10 finishes in 17 races. Busch is the preferred for a reason, even if he’s not my best pick to take the checkered flag. No. 3 Clint Bowyer I know the 40-year-old Kansas native is getting a little long in the tooth, but I enjoy his upset value heading into Daytona for a huge reason. Bowyer appears to light it up one this track — in in this event more especially. Before last year’s 22n place end, Bowyer finished second, ninth, 10th, ninth and fourth in the prior five Coke 400s. Along with that, Bowyer also finished sixth at the 2006 Daytona 500, 10th in this race in 2006, seventh in 2007, ninth in 2008 and fourth at the 2010 Daytona 500. I like Bowyer to dial back the hands of time to battle for the win! No. 2 Austin Dillon In five career disagrees at Daytona International, Dillon has listed one win (2018 Daytona 500), a pair of Top 10 finishes and four Top 20 finishes. Dillon finished ninth in this event one year ago, seventh in 2016, an identical seventh in 2015 and fifth in 2014. I think that the 29-year-old North Carolina native is going to have a great opportunity for the upset, which explains why I have him as my No. 2 choice to win . No. 1 Erik Jones I know the 23-year-old Michigan native sits at an uninspiring 17t spot in the NASCAR standings with no successes, four Top 5 finishes and eight Top 10 finishes, but Jones has been pretty incredible when the green flag falls at Daytona. In his last two appearances at this track, Jones won this event a year ago and finished third in this year’s Daytona 500. In five career looks at Daytona, Jones has three Top 10 finishes and just finished out of the running twice due to mishaps. Read more: