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Following a disappointing early exit at the hands of non-league Farnborough last year, Sutton United entered this year’s FA Cup in the first round with the aim of putting a stronger run together, and they kicked off at home to

fifth-tier AFC Fylde last month.Their visitors went into the interval with a surprise lead, as Jonathan Ustabasi found the net on the stroke of half time, but Harry Smith would level the game around the hour mark, before quickly netting his and the Us’ second of the game to book their place in the second round with a

somewhat unconvincing 2-1 victory.While they do remain bottom of England’s fourth tier after 20 matches, Matt Gray’s men do find themselves in the midst of a more positive run in League Two, having now gone unbeaten in

their last five matches, starting with a 2-1 victory over Bradford City before playing out four straight draws.The most recent of those came on Tuesday when the Us’ hosted fifth-

placed Crewe Alexandra, and they were able to take a creditable point and halt the visitors’ winning run with a 1-1 draw, as Louis John levelled the scores on the half-hour mark.Now

with a degree of renewed confidence, having moved within a point of 23rd-placed Forest Green Rovers thanks to their steady improvement, Sutton United will aim to add to

their campaign by reaching the FA Cup third round for the first time since their memorable trip to the fifth round in the 2016-17 campaign with a win on home turf on Saturday.To do so,

they will have to get past a Horsham side who will hope to make the most of their lifeline and continue their FA Cup run after staying in the competition in unexpected circumstances

following the first round.The seventh-tier outfit began their cup run in the first qualifying round in early September, and they fought their way

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through two stages, requiring replays to get past Leatherhead and Marlow, before beating Hanworth Villa 3-1 to move within one tie of

the first round.National League side Dorking Wanderers stood in their way, and Dominic Di Paola pulled off an impressive upset in a 2-0

victory thanks to goals from Dan Ajakaiye and Shamir Fenelon, setting up an eye-catching trip to League one promotion-chasers Barnsley, and the Hornets would force a replay in

dramatic fashion, earning a 3-3 draw against the odds at Oakwell as Tom Richards drew them level nine minutes from time after Fenelon and James Hammond were previously on the scoresheet.

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