Betting Tips and Pick for the 2021 NASCAR Ally 400
It’s time to talk about betting on the 2021 NASCAR Ally 400.
The race is scheduled for this Sunday, June 20, at Nashville Superspeedway in Lebanon, Tennessee. Drivers will hit 300 laps on the 1.333-mile track in a bid to win the 17th race of this year’s Cup Series in what is the first race of its kind.
It’s been one heck of a season so far, with some surprise winners and unexpected results giving way to much-more consistent big dogs as of late. This makes gambling on NASCAR odds this weekend even more interesting.
I’ll be hitting you with my predictions and betting pick for the Ally 400 in this helpful guide to placing wagers on the next Cup Series race. I’ll also be providing you with some well-considered NASCAR betting tips to help you make your choice, so stick with me for all that.
But first things first, let’s see the 2021 Ally 400 odds in all their glory.
Latest Odds for the 2021 NASCAR Ally 400
Here’s a truncated list of the odds for the Ally 400 in 2021.
You can find a full list of all drivers on any of the top NASCAR betting sites. If you don’t see what you’re looking for above, you’ll get them there.
The latest NASCAR odds have Kyle Larson topping them once more. With three wins and nine top-5s under his belt this season, “Yung Money” looks an excellent bet to pick up the regular season trophy.
But is his remarkable form enough to make him the best driver to bet on for the Ally 400?
Before I get to my betting pick for the race, these tips for the Ally 400 make for essential reading.
2021 Ally 400 Betting Tips
- Where: Nashville Superspeedway
- When: Sunday, June 20
I would be wary of any betting tips for the Ally 400 this Sunday that don’t sing Larson’s praises.
The man behind the wheel of the No. 5 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE for Hendrick Motorsports is so hot right now that some folks are lighting cigars off him. He’s the form driver right now.
Aside from winning the All-Star Race last weekend, Larson has won the last two NASCAR points races. He has three consecutive #2 finishes before that, meaning that he has three wins and three runners up from his last six starts. Impressive is not the word.
But can Larson do it in Nashville? The answer is, who knows?
With that considered, my predictions for the Ally 400 aim towards two things. One, drivers that are in-form and performing well, and two, those who possess solid track records on superspeedways.
Going by that, here are three drivers I’m predicting big races for at the 2021 NASCAR Ally 400.
2021 Ally 400 Betting Pick
- William Byron +1100
The winner of the 2021 Dixie Vodka 400 and currently at #4 in the NASCAR Cup Series standings, this man comes in at +1100 to take the checkered flag this Sunday.
But what else is behind making William Byron my NASCAR Ally 400 betting pick?
I like his odds. I feel as though his form has been steady, for the most part, as of late. He finished runner-up at Talladega this season and won the Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona in 2020.
More than this, I’m picking Byron because he has much more to offer, and I think he will prove that on Sunday.
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