Here are some picks to consider for your DraftKings lineup in Sunday’s race at ISM Raceway (formerly Phoenix International Raceway):
— Kevin Harvick ($11,400): Obviously he’s extremely expensive. Very, very expensive. But he’s won at Phoenix eight times, has already won two races this season and had the fastest single lap, 10-lap, 15-lap and 20-lap average in Saturday’s final practice. Can you afford to leave him off your team?
— Denny Hamlin ($9,200): Was only 10th in 10-lap average for final practice, but has looked consistently fast all weekend and should be running in the top 10 all day after starting sixth.
— Aric Almirola ($8,100): He’s learning a lot from new teammate Harvick, apparently. Almirola was third-fastest in 10-lap average for final practice, and he’s going to get you a lot of position differential points in moving up from the 22nd starting spot.
— Alex Bowman ($7,900): He would have won the race at his hometown track two years ago if not for a late caution, and Bowman has only gotten better since then. This is a pretty good bargain for a guy who has a shot to lead some laps.
— Jamie McMurray ($7,600): Sort of the poor man’s Kyle Larson ($10,300) this weekend. McMurray was ninth-fastest in 10-lap average for final practice (Larson was fourth, but is way more expensive) and McMurray is getting extra track time this weekend in the Xfinity race.
— AJ Allmendinger ($5,800): A top-heavy lineup leaves little room for another expensive driver, so perhaps Allmendinger is worth considering. He starts 20th, which is a bit scary for your lineup if he has a bad day, but he was 13th-fastest in 10-lap average for final practice — faster than drivers like Clint Bowyer, Joey Logano and Kasey Kahne.
Alternative pick: If you think Chase Elliott will stay up front all day, he’s worth taking at $9,800. He starts third though, so any sort of struggle might sink your lineup. However, he was second-fastest in 10-lap average for final practice.