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2024 Ally 400 NASCAR Odds & Prediction

By Hank Blaine

Last Sunday in New Hampshire, Christopher Bell got it done. The Joe Gibbs racer led 159 laps after starting fourth to win his third race of the year. Heading to Nashville Superspeedway, Bell is a +700 third choice to win back-to-back races. Did Bell make our picks list? If not Bell, which drivers should be on your radar to win the Ally 300? Check out NASCAR odds, analysis, and picks for this Sunday’s race.

2024 Ally 400 Race Info

  • When: Sunday, June 30th at 3:30pm ET
  • Where: Nashville Superspeedway, Lebanon, Tennessee
  • TV: USA
  • Radio: MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio
  • Live Stream: Peacock

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Top Choice to Win the 2024 Ally 400

Chase Elliott has an interesting pattern where he drives great in two straight races and then bombs. For example, he finished fifth at Dover and then third at Kansas before finishing twelfth at Darlington.

Then Chase finished eighth at the All-Star Race and seventh at Charlotte Motor Speedway before finishing thirteenth at World Wide Technology Raceway. In his last three after the race at World Wide, Elliott finished fourth at Sonoma, third at Iowa, and eighteenth at New Hampshire.

New Hampshire was last Sunday’s race where Chase scored the pole position. Elliott is coming up to his good race in the pattern. Expect a bang up performance by the fifth choice.

Second Choice to Win the 2024 Ally 400

The favorite has four top 5 finishes and a tenth place finish in the last six races. Kyle Larson finished fourth at New Hampshire after starting nineteenth.

In the race before, Kyle finished thirty-fourth at Iowa after starting first. The win at Sonoma and fourth at New Hampshire are better indicators of how Larson will perform on Sunday. Give the Hendrick driver a big shot to get it done. The only knock are the odds.

Third Choice to Win the 2024 Ally 400

Ryan Blaney has begun to heat up. He had some bad luck on the track at New Hampshire when finishing twenty-fifth, but Ryan started second.

In Iowa, the defending NASCAR Cup champ started second and finished first. It’s a matter of time before he starts to take home trophies. The odds are decent on the third choice. So if you believe, go for it.

Top Underdog to Win the 2024 Ally 400

This week’s top underdog play is due for a bounce back performance. After finishing second and Charlotte and third at Worldwide Technology Raceway, Brad Keselowski finished thirteenth at Sonoma, tenth at Iowa, and twenty-eighth at New Hampshire.

Keselowski should race to a top 10, maybe even top 5 finish on Sunday. If he returns to the form right before Sonoma, Brad can win, which makes him a great underdog choice at the fantastic +2500 odds.

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