Aldershot Town's trip to Kidderminster Harriers is live on BT Sport on Friday night
Do you have a brother who plays football for England? Do you play on the wing? If so, Shots boss Andy Scott could be on your tail.
The Aldershot Town brotherhood has been strengthened in recent weeks by the arrivals of Jaydon Gibbs – twin brother of Arsenal’s Keiran – and Lewis Young – younger sibling of Manchester United’s Ashley.
And the Shots manager will be hoping his two new additions pick up some tips from their higher-profile relations when they get their turn in the spotlight on Friday night (September 27).
Aldershot's trip to Aggborough to face third-placed Kidderminster Harriers is to be shown live on BT Sport - the first time a Shots match has been featured on live television since the famous visit of Manchester United in the League Cup in October 2011.
“It will be a big occasion and a tough game for us,” Scott said. “But if we play like we have done, then we have a chance of winning the game.
“We are beating ourselves at the moment. We're close, losing four games 1-0 means we are not far away but the penny has got to drop.
"We won't need to lift the players, games come thick and fast and everyone sees it as an opportunity to make amends and get back on track.
"We'll be alright, we've got a good set of lads here and we're not far away from getting it right."
Right-back Joe Oastler is a major doubt for the game after aggravating an injury in the midweek 1-0 defeat at Welling, so Manny Oyeleke stands by to deputise with either Jordan Roberts or Young getting a start in midfield.
Either way, Scott knows to expect a tough test from Steve Burr's Kidderminster, who missed out on the title by a single point last season and shot back up to third in the table on Tuesday night with a 2-0 victory over Halifax - their fourth win in the past five matches.
The match will be shown live on the big screen in the EBB Lounge of the ESS Stadium on Friday night. Entry is free.