January 6, 2024

Chris Sutton has offered his forecast for tomorrow’s FA Cup away match between Leeds United and Peterborough United.


The Whites travel to the League One elite team with the intention of making it to the fourth round for just the second time in seven years, having done so a year earlier.


With four games in nine days leading up to Christmas, Daniel Farke is probably going to make some changes to his squad for this encounter in addition to dealing with a number of injuries.


Nevertheless, Leeds will still be hopeful that they have enough to win as they take on a Peterborough team who, given their propensity for aggressive football, might play right into their hands. Although they score more goals than any other team in League One, Darren Ferguson’s team has a somewhat open defence.


Sutton anticipates a high-scoring contest at the Weston Homes Stadium, with Leeds coming out on top, in his most recent predictions piece for BBC Sport.


Sutton supports Leeds to advance in the FA Cup


“Ex-Norwich manager Daniel Farke is having a great time with Leeds, who are flying at the moment,” he wrote.Leeds has the skill to move past Peterborough, who will give it their all at home thanks to some exciting young players.Leeds 2-3 Peterborough is the prediction.


Leeds has just had three straight losses in the Championship, which is not good on the road. However, Farke has struggled to get his team to sit back.


“He has grown,” says Daniel Farke of the Leeds player, 23, who is scheduled to start tomorrow.


Following their respective injury layoffs, Leeds United and Peterborough have been sighted returning to training.


“Always tricky,” says Daniel Farke of the Leeds United team that is starting to scare him.


But as previously indicated, if Peterborough’s league record is any indication, they are unlikely to employ those kinds of strategies. Posh has scored more goals in their games than any other team in the division.


In recent years, Leeds has gained notoriety for eliminating lesser league teams from cup events. They weren’t eliminated from the Carabao Cup until August, when League Two Salford City did it.


In any case, hoping Leeds wins and it will be a nice diversion from the pressures of the automatic promotion race.

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