Kitchee, who finished second in the Group F standings, will play the match in Persib's backyard, but Molina is confident that his side's previous successes on the road will aid them on their trip to Indonesia.
"Kitchee have gained a lot of experience in the regional cup with many away matches over the last couple of seasons," Molina told the South China Morning Post. "The team suffered some lapses of concentration during the group stage but we were still able to go through to the knockout round despite dropping points.
"But it is a different situation now as the result will be decided in one match and I am sure the players will be able to deliver."
Persib went unbeaten in the group stage, winning three matches and drawing three to finish atop Group H with 12 points.
Kitchee on the other hand won three matches, drew two and lost one to claim 11 points from their group stage campaign.