Chiefs senior side won both derbies in the past two weeks, starting by overcoming Bucs 4-2 on penalties in the quarterfinals of the Telkom Knockout a fortnight ago, before claiming a 3-2 league success last week. This feat has motivated Radebe.
"We want to continue where our first team left [off], beating Pirates is more than football. it's more about bragging rights and making our fans happy," said the lad from Sebokeng in the Vaal, who has scored just once and racked up an impressive 11 assists in as many MDC games thus far.
Heading into this massive MDC Soweto derby, Pirates are fourth on the table on 24 points - five ahead of seventh-placed Chiefs after 13 games, while Mamelodi Sundowns are top of the pile on 32 points.
MDC fixtures (all at Dobsonville Stadium, unless stated)
Tomorrow: Maritzburg v Celtic, Harry Gwala Stadium (10am); Baroka v Polokwane, Peter Mokaba Stadium (10am); Highlands v Wits, Makhulong Stadium (10am); AmaZulu v Arrows (10am); Sundowns v SuperSport (1pm); Kaizer Chiefs v Orlando Pirates (3pm).
Sunday: Stellenbosch v Cape Town City, Malta Park (10am); Black Leopards v Chippa United, Thohoyandou Stadium (10am).