Experience holds the key to success as the championship title race closes in when Kitchee face Sun Pegasus in the BOCG Life Premier League at Mong Kok Stadium on Saturday. Having overcome rivals Eastern 4-0 in their last match, leaders Kitchee can take a major step towards a second league trophy in a row if they can beat Pegasus. "The title race is running towards the final stages and I strongly believe our experience can see us through in this important period," said Kitchee midfield powerhouse Lam Ka-wai. The title race is running towards the final stages and I strongly believe our experience can see us through in this important period Lam Ka-wai "It's all about consistency and we have the experience of handling situations like this before. This will certainly give us an advantage over our competitors." After the stunning win over Eastern, Kitchee moved top of the table, one point clear of both Eastern and Pegasus. Coach Jose Molina reiterated that if they won all six remaining matches they will lift a seventh league title in the club's history. And they have a great chance of making it as the five other matches will be against teams outside the "Big Four".Although Kitchee will be missing suspended striker Borja Rubiato today, Lam said they had sufficient manpower to cope. "We still have quality strikers such as [Juan] Belencoso and [Jordi] Tarres, and both of them can smell goals inside the penalty box," said Lam. "Kitchee have become more direct in attack." Pegasus, who are still smarting from a disappointing penalty shoot-out defeat to YFCMD in the FA Cup, need a victory to avoid another dry season. Although they are just a point behind Kitchee, the big spenders have played two more games than their rivals and coach Chan Chi-hong admitted the team had a confidence problem. It's all about consistency and we have the experience of handling situations like this before Lam Ka-wai "The defeat in the FA Cup has affected the players and we have been using this week to revive their morale," said Chan. "We need one good win to change the entire situation and hopefully it will be tomorrow." Pegasus' two key players - prolific striker Admir Rascic and reliable defender Festus Baise - are both back in action after missing the YFCMD match due to suspension.