Notwithstanding a helpless beginning, Amakhosi are presently second in the standings after 13 matches, eight focuses loose Sundowns on 30 focuses who have a game close by.
Feutmba accepts Sundowns' consistency will see them have the edge over some other group.
"Everybody realizes Sundowns is the group to beat, despite the fact that they drew their past two games before the final remaining one," Feutmba tells Kickoff.com.
"In any case, as I said before they are the most remarkable competitor for this association. It is great to see that a group like Kaizer Chiefs are currently getting.
"I trust different groups other than Kaizer Chiefs can likewise close the hole a piece since I need Sundowns to win yet I additionally need a serious association.
"Kaizer Chiefs are beginning to give some great indications, and it's great to see Kaizer Chiefs coming up a smidgen.
"Groups they need to give a type of contest to Sundowns despite the fact that I accept they are as yet going to win the association. However, you need to win it by truly battling.
"I'm glad that Kaizer Chiefs are finding real success right now and shutting the hole a tad. However, despite the fact that football is unusual, I actually stay sure that Sundowns will win it.
"They have an even group, they are extremely reliable, playing great and positive football.
"That alluring football consistently gives them what they need which is great outcomes. So they are the group to beat, the most troublesome group to play against and in South Africa as well as the whole landmass.
"Yet, similar to I say, I actually need to see a decent degree of contest. Individuals should battle and not simply feel like it's a walkover."
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