“I am sure they watch our games or heard about us. We have been playing well and we have been winning games, I am sure they know about us,” said Dolly.
Sundowns top Group B standings with six points and are favourites to finish the group stages on top with two more games to go and a three point gap between them and second-placed Zamalek, while third-placed Enyimba have only acquired one point in two games.
Should the Pretoria side finish on top after all rounds in the group stages, they will meet the team which finishes second in Group A, with the position currently occupied by Zesco who are on six points, one point behind Casablanca.
Sundowns will host Zamalek next Wednesday at the Lucas Moripe Stadium for their second-leg clash after beating them 2-1 last Sunday..