The Yellow Train keeps moving, rolling and tumbling forward, demolishing most things (aside from Bloemfontein Celtic) in its way. This weekend, the Chloorkop outfit faces the daunting task of going away to play AS Vita in the DR Congo. However, it is not the only thing on the Brazilians' mind.
Supporters Club caught up with Mamelodi Sundowns superfan Mamma Tshontso to find out what the mood among the Masandawana faithful is.
"Life is coming our way! Eish, this weekend," she said.
"What's happening now is that we have to make our country happy. Things are hectic for us, so hectic because we have to give 100% in CAF, league and Nedbank.
"In the league, they (Wits) are behind us, we can feel them. Four points is nothing! Seriously, it's nothing.
"We don't want to lose or draw."
It seems that, regardless of the stellar season Sundowns have had so far, they find themselves at the riskiest stage of their season. They have as much chance of ending up with nothing as they do with everything, although, knowing Sundowns with their quality and depth, they are likely to claim at least one of the three trophies they are competing for.
Still, it is no easy task. They must avoid suspensions and injuries at all costs. They face a tough encounter in their next Nedbank Cup fixture against a revived Pirates, they have Wits breathing down their neck in the league, and this weekend they do the haunted African safari trip up to Congo.
Bafana Ba Style, the country is counting on you, make us proud.
The sky is the limit.
Go, boys, go!
What do you think Sundowns' chances are this weekend? Does the team have the quality to deal with the challenges that lie ahead for them?