The biggest crowd outside the Premier League is expected at Elland Road next week for the return leg, but Leeds hit back last season to get to Wembley after losing the home tie against Carlisle and Snodin is not convinced it will greatly benefit Simon Grayson's side this time.
Snodin said: "I don't think there's any real advantage by it other than the fact you know you are back at home second.
"You only have to look at last season to see that. It's all about what happens on the day and keeping doing what you're doing.
"If we come away with a win or a draw on Saturday so be it. These lads are talented and are more than capable.
"It will be tough. They'll come at us, but hopefully we can put them on the back foot."