Football pundit Chris Sutton has made his prediction for tomorrow's FA Cup game between Ipswich Town and Maidstone United.

Norwich City legend Sutton has made something of a habit of picking against the Blues whenever he gets the opportunity, but concedes they are heavy favourites for tomorrow's fourth round match against the non-leaguers (12.30pm, live on BBC One). 

Writing for the BBC, he's predicting a 3-0 Town win. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Chris Sutton says Kieran McKenna 'is doing a brilliant job' at TownChris Sutton says Kieran McKenna 'is doing a brilliant job' at Town (Image: PA)
He added: "Ipswich are back in the Championship automatic promotion spots after getting a really good draw against leaders Leicester on Monday. They needed a late equaliser to earn a point, but they played well.

"Kieran McKenna is doing a brilliant job there and his Ipswich side are well-drilled and well-organised. The only way I see them slipping up here is if he tinkers with his team too much.

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"This is a test of his squad depth as much as anything else, but the fact it is at Portman Road is obviously a huge help.

"Maidstone have had a brilliant run and have already managed a couple of big FA Cup upsets at home against teams from the top of League One and Two, but I feel this might be a step too far, and I can only see a comfortable home win.

"I feel a bit sorry for Maidstone because they have come so far and missed out on the dream draw in East Anglia. Norwich were in the hat too, but unfortunately George Elokobi's side have got to go to Ipswich instead."

However, Sutton's rare faith in the Blues is not shared by rockers Justin Young and Arni Arnason from The Vaccines, who are both predicting a cupset.

East Anglian Daily Times: Vaccines frontman Justin Young is backing Maidstone to winVaccines frontman Justin Young is backing Maidstone to win (Image: Rhona Murphy)
Manchester United fan Justin said: "A bit of FA Cup magic always feels less likely when the non-league team is away from home, but I am still going with Maidstone here. 0-1."

Spurs supporter Arni added: "I am going for the same outcome, but after a replay. I'd love for that to happen.

"The more cracking replays we have this year, maybe the more chance there is of keeping them next year - I hope so! 0-0 and Maidstone to win the replay on penalties."