Sutton United v Leeds United predictions: Can Monk's men make it to the next round?

Leeds United players celebrate after the match

Sutton United face Leeds United on Sunday in the FA Cup, and HITC pundits give their predictions on the likely outcome.

Dan Coombs

Sutton United 0-3 Leeds United

The Sutton United fairytale will come to an end against Garry Monk's Leeds, who will simply be too good. The Whites can afford to rest star man Chris Wood in this one and still qualify, and hope for a big home draw against a Premier League side in the next round.

Garry Monk manager of Leeds UnitedGarry Monk manager of Leeds United

Danny Owen

Sutton United 1-2 Leeds United

Sutton United’s FA Cup dream will come crashing down to earth against a Leeds side who haven’t been on the wrong end of too many upsets this season. They scraped past Cambridge in the third round and another performance of spirit and character will prove decisive.

Sutton United manager Paul DoswellSutton United manager Paul Doswell

Alfie Potts-Harmer

Sutton United 0-3 Leeds United

This could be a potential banana skin for Leeds United in previous years (cough, Histon, cough), but Garry Monk's side are a bit of a different animal. Confidence is high and provided complacency isn't allowed to creep in, they should make light work of a Sutton side who've done remarkably well to reach this stage.

Vincent Ralph

Sutton United 1-3 Leeds United

Sutton should not be underestimated but high-flying Leeds should have too much for their non-league opponents and while the home fans should have a goal to cheer the Whites will come out on top.

Che Thomas

Sutton United 1-3 Leeds United

Garry Monk will demand focus against the National League side, with a number of upsets in Leeds' recent history. I expect a goal from the home team at some point, just to give that sprinkling of FA Cup magic, before Leeds get the job done.

Sutton United's Matt Tubbs celebrates scoring their first goalSutton United's Matt Tubbs celebrates

Aiden Cusick

Sutton United 0-2 Leeds United

Sutton's plastic pitch could take some getting used to for Leeds but even then it would take something extraordinary for the Whites to not win this.

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