The former Celtic's striker's XI has a heavy Rangers presence after the Ibrox side's 3-1 win in Graeme Murty's first game in temporary charge.
Celtic were held to a surprise 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock on Saturday - only days after the Ayrshire side ended Pedro Caixinha's Rangers reign.
And for the first time ever, Sutton - the former Celtic striker - failed to select a single Bhoys player in his XI of top flight performers.
In contrast, a trio of Rangers stars - James Tavernier, Ross McCrorie and Kenny Miller - made the cut, alongside four from Hibernian, two from Partick Thistle and one apiece from Kilmarnock and Aberdeen, albeit on loan from Celtic [Ryan Christie].
Sutton has been a regular critic of Rangers, but was left with little ammunition after the Gers' impressive performance at Murrayfield.
The result - which arrived during Graeme Murty's first game as caretaker manager - lifted Rangers to third in the table, and only six points behind leaders Celtic, who are going for a seventh successive title.
See Sutton's full team below:
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