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2014 Coca-Cola 600 live stream, TV coverage & odds; Johnson, Keselowski favored

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The 2014 Coca-Cola 600 live stream and TV coverage will take place Sunday evening as the best drivers in NASCAR will battle it out at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. With the NASCAR schedule hitting the first quarter marker, with every passing week each race becomes more important than the last. This week's NASCAR Coca-Cola live streaming action is definitely must see action!

According to a USA Today report on May 24, Jimmie Johnson will start in the number one slot for today's Coca-Cola 600 after winning the pole position with a recorded time of 194.9 m.p.h. It may be hard to believe, but Johnson has yet to post a win in 2014. Johnson currently is number 11 overall in the point standings, but maybe capturing the pole position is what Johnson needs to help him capture the checkered flag at Charlotte.

If Saturday's final practice at Charlotte Motor Speedway is any indication of who will do well today, maybe the night belongs to Danica Patrick. Patrick was third-fastest and had the third-best 10-consecutive lap average in the final tune-ups which put her only behind Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick.

Las Vegas odds makers have Johnson as the overall favorite for today's big race at 9/2 odds. Johnson is followed by Kevin Harvick at 5/1 and Michigan native Brad Keselowski at 6/1. Keselowski is off to a great start so far this season capturing the win in Las Vegas back on March 9. Add to that he has four top five finishes and once again Keselowski is eyeing a Sprint Cup title. The current Sprint Cup leader Joey Logano is listed at 17/2.

Fans can catch all of the Coca-Cola 600 action live on FOX nationally and streaming live online through FOX Sports Go. The race is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. ET. Here is a look at the top ten odds favorites for today's race. Who is your pick to finish first today at the Coca-Cola 600?

Coca-Cola 600 field and odds:

Jimmie Johnson -- 9/2
Kevin Harvick -- 5/1
Brad Keselowski -- 6/1
Joey Logano -- 17/2
Kasey Kahne -- 17/2
Kyle Busch -- 17/2
Matt Kenseth -- 11/1
Dale Earnhardt Jr. -- 12/1
Denny Hamlin -- 12/1
Jeff Gordon -- 12/1
Clint Bowyer -- 16/1
Kyle Larson -- 20/1
Carl Edwards -- 25/1
Tony Stewart -- 25/1
Brian Vickers -- 30/1
Greg Biffle -- 30/1

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