Davis Haule will put sentiment aside on Saturday as he aims to halt a mini-revival for his old side Hendon and cause sibling strife for younger brother Brian.
Haule returned to the Wealdstone lineup on Saturday and bagged both goals in their 2-2 draw at Ramsgate, taking his tally to six since joining on loan from Staines Town in November.
And now the experienced 32-year-old has his former employers in his sights. The Greens have won their last two league games and are unbeaten in three, prompting a rise to 19th in the Ryman Premier League table, a point behind Harrow Borough who sit just above the drop zone.
Their top scorer is Davis's younger brother Brian, 25, who has six goals so far. He cut his teeth with Hendon reserves before joining Harrow in November 2002, where he netted twice in five substitute appearances.
He rejoined the Greens in November 2006 from Maidenhead United and has since made more than 80 appearances for Gary McCann's battlers.
And while they might not be in the same league as footballing brothers Jack and Bobby Charlton, Phil and Gary Neville, or Rio and Anton Ferdinand, to name a few, they will be just as fiercely competitive once they cross the white line on Saturday.
"I put in a seven day approach for Brian earlier in the season as I rate him very highly," said Stones boss Gordon Bartlett. "He and Davis have similar traits but Davis is more of a midfielder whereas Brian has always been a striker and is probably a bit quicker than Davis.
"I've always been a big admirer of Brian and I respected his loyalty to Hendon when we tried to sign him. We will not be underestimating him or Harry Hunt."
Bartlett certainly admired Davis's first of a brace of goals in Saturday's draw at Ramsgate. "It was absolute class," said the Stones manager. "He was going away from goal and he somehow managed to chip the goalkeeper from the edge of the box.
"Davis has fitted in with the lads really well and it is all part of the spirit in the side we've got at the moment."