The visiting Moroccans go into the fixture with a 2-1 lead after their first-leg win in Casablanca last week. Ramzi said Wydad will not sit on their lead with a defensive approach. Wydad will continue with their impressive style of play that was in evidence in Casablanca last weekend.
"For the first time, I feel that football is playing against football," said Ramzi, paying compliments to the appealing playing styles of the teams.
"I like to play football, and the Sundowns coach (Rulani Mokwena) is the same. I have a lot of respect for him.
“This is a significant game, and everyone wants to win it. We won in Casablanca, but it is still 50-50. We are facing a strong team, but we are ready. For me, this is the chance for a first major title as a coach, and we share the same dream with everyone - to win it.”
"I trust the group (Wydad squad) as a whole, and God willing, we will win the title."
Despite the advantage of an away goal, Mokwena will have to decide on a gameplan that will see the team opt for an all-out attack or their usual passing game and patiently carve the Wydad defence open.
Mokwena said he was mindful of the expectations and the pressure on Sundowns and himself, but his target is to play constructive football.
“Sometimes there is this feeling that I get that when we play well and we don't win, people are very quick to forget the result and focus on the performance," said Rhulani.
"When we win, but we don't play well, people are very quick to forget the result and focus on the performance and that's the pressure at Mamelodi Sundowns. It only comes because we've set the expectation that we can play well and win.
"We've shown that we are capable of doing that so it's our own fault sometimes that we are under pressure, not only to win but to play well and win.”
Sundowns have won just one of their last six encounters against Wydad (D4 L1), scoring four goals, and conceding twice in each of the last two games.
Having won the first leg (2-1), Casablanca is looking to win consecutive matches against Mamelodi Sundowns for the first time since April 2019.
Sundowns have never lost a home match against Wydad alternating between a win and a draw in their six such games against the Moroccan side.
Unbeaten at home
Sundowns are unbeaten in their last 24 home matches in all competitions (W20 D4), keeping clean sheets in five of their last seven such games.
Wydad arrived on Thursday and was happy with their preparations.
“Our journey went smoothly. We arrived on time. While we are used to arriving two days before each match, we preferred an extra day to adapt and prepare as best we could,” said Ramzi.
“Everyone is fully aware of the responsibility we bear. We have a clear chance of making history.
“We want to win this title and offer it to His Majesty King Mohammed VI, as well as to all Moroccans.”