In the last encounter between the two teams, ATM lost to Selangor on penalties, with some atrocious incidents taking place at the end of the game.
However, Ramez is confident that the Red Giants have moved on from that and their focus will be solely on the game.
Speaking to FOXSports.my, Ramez said: "I think we have all moved on from the incident. We are only focusing for the next game, but I don't know about ATM. Maybe they want to have their revenge on us after we kicked them out of the FA Cup. They led 2-0 before they went out, so I think the next game will be very difficult."
Ramez, who was awarded man of the match in their win against Kelantan on Friday, admitted that he is satisfied with his performance, but insisted that the team's performance is much more important.
He also hailed his team mate Mahali Jasuli. He said: "Mahali is a great player. Selangor is very lucky to have a player like him.
"We are at the top of the Malaysian Super League and we have to try to keep winning and continue the momentum not just in the league, but also in the FA Cup, Malaysia Cup and AFC Cup," he added.