NASCAR at Michigan: Odds, prediction, sleepers, drivers to watch for FireKeepers Casino 400

Is this the week Joey Logano gets his first win since the season’s week? It surely has a opportunity to be as he loves Michigan International Speedway and the high rates presented at the two-mile intermediate track.
Logano has finished in the top 10 12 at Michigan. He has won twice in that span and has finished in the top 3 four times.
The problem for the Team Penske driver is there are loads of competitors who enjoy Michigan, as well, as Kyle Busch has a win and has finished in the top 10 in four straight excursions, Kevin Harvick has two wins, is the defending champion and has finished in the top 5 at five of his last seven races at Michigan and Brad Keselowski has eight top 10s in his last 10 races there, even though he’s yet to come off with a win.
Michigan is loved by logano, but it’s hard to deny what Busch is currently doing at this time. Coming off of a win last week that he has four on the season, and also for what it’s worth, in the previous five decades, when Busch is given the chance to earn victories in back-to-back weeks, he has pulled it off 29.2% of the time (7 to 24).
He’ll be hard to beat, but we go with the likelihood that Busch does not win after a success about 71% of the time we’ll select Logano to find the winner’s circle for the second time this season.
The FireKeepers Casino 400 can be seen Sunday at two p.m. ET on FS1.

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