Sutton wrote another chapter in their FA Cup history with a dramatic 3-1 win over 10-man AFC Wimbledon.
Two goals at the death from Maxime Biamou and Dan Fitchett secured the lowest-ranked team in the competition a money-spinning fourth-round tie at home to Premier League hopefuls Leeds.
Sutton, 15th in the National League, appeared to have missed their big chance in the first meeting between the sides 10 days ago when Wimbledon struggled to adapt to the hosts' 3G pitch but held out for a goalless draw.
The Dons - 50 places higher halfway up League One - were in the rare position of being favourites, but they still know how to do things the hard way.
They led through Tom Elliott's early header but had to play for 75 minutes with 10 men after Paul Robinson was sent off.
Roarie Deacon levelled for the underdogs and extra time was looming, but Biamou fired them ahead in the 90th minute and Fitchett finished off Wimbledon in injury time.
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Tottenham's Jan Vertonghen is wearing a protective boot after suffering an ankle injury in the win over West Brom on Saturday.
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino does not like to publicise timescales for injuries, but after the 4-0 victory against the Baggies he said it looked "very bad".
It has been reported that the Belgium defender faces more than two months out.
Pochettino may shed more light on the injury in his pre-match media conference on Thursday ahead of Saturday's clash at Manchester City.
Spurs are second in the Premier League, seven points behind leaders Chelsea.
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Alun Wyn Jones will captain Wales in this season's RBS 6 Nations Championship.
The 31-year-old Ospreys lock, who has won 105 caps, takes over from Sam Warburton in Wales' senior playing role.
Warburton, who has skippered Wales a record 49 times since taking charge in June 2011, joins Jones in a 36-man Six Nations squad that was named by interim head coach Rob Howley on Tuesday.
The squad features a number of uncapped players including Wasps flanker Thomas Young and Leicester back Owen Williams.
QPR are interested in signing Manchester United midfielder Sean Goss, Press Association Sport understands.
The 21-year-old midfielder moved to Old Trafford from Exeter in 2012 and has impressed for Nicky Butt's reserves this season.
Goss' performances have attracted admiring glances and QPR are understood to be keen to bring in the midfielder, preferably permanently if not on loan.
The boyhood United fan, born in Germany, has yet to make a competitive first-team appearance for the club, but was on the bench for the Premier League match at Watford in November 2015.
Goss is a regular in United's reserves and his fine free-kick set-up Matty Willock's late winner in Monday's 1-0 win at Liverpool.
QPR sit 17th in the Sky Bet Championship, with Ian Holloway's men on a three-match winning streak in the league after ending a run of six straight losses.
Chesterfield have appointed former Wigan boss Gary Caldwell as their new manager.
The 34-year-old Scot succeeds Danny Wilson, who was sacked on January 8 following a miserable run of 13 defeats in 18 Sky Bet League One matches which left the Spireites in the relegation zone.
Experienced player Ritchie Humphreys, the current PFA chairman, oversaw the 4-0 defeat at Luton in the EFL Trophy and Saturday's 1-0 league victory over fellow strugglers Coventry but Caldwell now takes charge ahead of the visit of AFC Wimbledon at the weekend.