Brad Keselowski has a Chase spot waiting for him if a few factors fall into place and he can stay out of trouble.
He is only three points out of the Top 20 and if he can finish four spots in front of Joey Logano this weekend he could get into a wild card Chase spot. However, he also has to make sure that no one behind him creeps up and finishes far enough ahead of both Logano and Keselowski to move into the top 20 (the closest one to the pair is Marcos Ambrose seven points behind Keselowski and 10 points behind Logano).
In addition, if he hopes to get in by wins, he has to hope that no one inside the 11-20 bracket gets a win unless it is David Ragan (who already has a notch in the win column).
Brad Keselowski is 63 points out of the Top 10 so his best bet is to get in the Chase due to wins since he is a lot closer to getting into the Top 20 than the Top 10.
If he can gain four points on Logano and keep himself in the top 20 for the remaining regular season race with no one else in that points area winning, Keselowski will find himself in the Chase for the first time.