The Brazilians have 56 points in 29 matches leading second-placed Orlando Pirates by two points with one round of matches remaining.
But the PSL champions are likely to be docked points after the league has decided to appeal against its own disciplinary committee’s decision not to deduct points in the Wayne Arendse saga.
Sundowns Coach Pitso Mosimane says he will focus on their last match against Free State Stars.
Meanwhile, Mosimane was happy for his former player Percy Tau, who was named as the Belgium Proximus League Player of the season after his excellent displays in the second tier league.
However, Mosimane questioned the standard of the league.
Tau was signed by English Premiership team Brighton and Hove Albion at the beginning of the season, but was loaned to Belgian outfit Royale Union Saint-Gilloise.
Mosimane believes Tau should be playing for big teams in Europe.
Mosimane also praised Arrows Coach Steve Komphela after their match last night. Komphela has done well at Arrows since joining the team from Bloemfontein Celtic in the middle of the season.
Mosimane says the former Kaizer Chiefs Coach deserves lots of credit. – Report by Vincent Sitsula
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