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Top options to consider for NASCAR DFS at Bristol on Monday

NASCAR’s Xfinity Series race comes to Bristol on Monday, June 1st. We break down some DFS options for the Cheddar’s 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Harrison Burton, driver of the #20 Dex Imaging Toyota, drives during the NASCAR Xfinity Series Alsco 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 25, 2020 in Concord, North Carolina. Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images

NASCAR wraps up a two-race run at Bristol Motor Speedway on Monday, June 1st with an Xfinity Series race at the famed track. The Cheddar’s 300 was scheduled for Saturday, but rain in the prior stop at Charlotte pushed the race to Monday. It will run at 7 p.m. ET on FS1.

The rescheduled race will run 300 laps, with Harrison Burton in the pole position. Chase Briscoe remains atop the standings with two wins in six races and four top tens to garner 251 points.

DraftKings DFS is back for the race, and we’ve got some options for to consider for your 6-driver lineup. You can enter your lineup here, and here’s the qualifying grid that was determined by random draw.

Harrison Burton ($9,700)

We might as well get the pole sitter out of the way first. He’s pricey, but he’s on a roll in 2020. In six races this season, he has never finished outside the top ten and has a win and two second place finishes. A year ago, he made his Xfinity Series debut at Bristol and finished tenth at the Alsco 300. It’s no guarantee he’ll follow up, but he would seem to be able to handle this track.

Ryan Sieg ($7,600)

He’s started fifth today, but coming off a poor outing in Charlotte last week. He started that race seventh but finished 28th thanks in part to restarting at the back of the pack after trying to pit while pit road was closed. He managed the fastest lap once, but has three races this season of multiple fastest laps, including 5, 20, and 7. His history at Bristol is up and down, with finishes of 12th and 25th last year, but 11th and 15th the year prior. The value here is grabbing someone that has had some good finishes this season, but might be abandoned by people who are looking too closely at his performance last week.

Justin Haley ($6,300)

The big names perform so well, it can be hard to find value at times. But, Haley could be worth a look at his price point. He has four top ten finishes in six races, and prior to last week in Charlotte he had not finished worse than 12th in a race. An accident derailed him last week and finished him in 29th place. Accidents will happen in stock car racing, but his performances prior to last week leave him undervalued.

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