2020 Desert Diamond Casino West Valley 200 11/7/20 Nascar Xfinity Series Picks, Odds, and Prediction
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2020 Desert Diamond Casino West Valley 200
11/7/2020 5:00pm EST
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The NASCAR Xfinity Series will conclude the 2020 season at the Phoenix Raceway on Saturday afternoon as the Championship 4 have been determined. Phoenix is a 1-mile dog-legged oval with 2 distinct ends of the raceway. Friday’s race will be 200 laps to make up the 200-mile advertised distance. Saturday’s race is going to be a no holds bar leaving nothing on the table race and should be very entertaining.
Here are a few drivers to consider for the Desert Diamond Casino West Valley 200.
Chase Briscoe +300- Briscoe will be on the front row starting from the 2nd position on Saturday afternoon to conclude the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series. Chase punched his ticket the to Championship 4 back at Kansas 3 weeks ago and has been focused squarely on the final race here at Phoenix. Ignore the last 2 finishes for Briscoe as he had already locked himself into the Championship 4. Chase has and outstanding 9 wins on the 2020 Xfinity season and you bet he will be in contention here at Phoenix. Give Chase a look on Saturday afternoon.
Austin Cindric +360- Cindric will begin the Xfinity race on Saturday from the 3rd position. Cindric has 5 wins on the season in the Xfinity Series and 18 top 5 finishes. Austin finished 8th here at Phoenix back in February of this season and led 9 laps in that race. At the double header in Richmond back in September, Austin had solid runs of 4th place in the first race and 10th place in the 2nd race. Penske will have a great car prepared here for Austin on Saturday, take some action on him.
Justin Haley +800- Haley will fire off from the 4th position on Saturday afternoon at the Phoenix Raceway for the Xfinity finale. Haley edged out teammate Ross Chastain to make the final cut into the Championship 4 and has quiet the challenge ahead on Saturday afternoon. Haley quietly finished 2nd in the first race at Richmond and 6 in the 2nd race at Richmond back in September. Haley finished 5th at Phoenix back in February and Kyle Busch was in that race. Haley is a solid choice for the win at a great value on Saturday.
Noah Gragson +800- Gragson will roll off from the 6th position on Saturday afternoon at the Phoenix Raceway. Noah finished 7th here at Phoenix back in February and led 27 of the 200 laps. Gragson fell short of making the Championship 4 on Saturday but he has nothing to lose and will go try to pick up a victory. Gragson had 2 top 10s at Richmond in September and no doubt he’s continued to have a top notch car each week. Consider Noah for the upset win on Saturday afternoon.