Football is full of rivalries but is there any greater than that between two brothers?
Over the last few seasons Soccer AM has been stoking the fires between the most competitive brothers in the Football League.
Each season these brothers fight it out to see who can score the most goals to claim the only bragging rights in the family that really matter. Forget what teams they play for and in which league, in this competition the only thing that matters is that number in the goals column.
This season four brothers have chosen to take their duels public and we will be keeping track of how they are performing on the show and here on the website too.
Going head to head will be the Caldwells, the Ferdinands, the Terrys and for the first time the Wright-Phillips'.
The rules are simple, only competitive club goals count and unlike the Golden Shoe and Espadrille it doesn't matter how many games they each play in.
Caldwell v Caldwell
After a rocky first week, where he scored on only his second appearance but found his own net in the Latics' shock FA Cup defeat to Notts County, Gary Caldwell has settled well into a Wigan defence that has conceded just two goals in their last three games.
However, that trio of games have ended in draws which will be a source of frustration for Gary, as Wigan led against both Sunderland and Stoke at half-time before conceding an equaliser in the second half.
A 0-0 draw against Bolton leaves Wigan just two points above the drop zone, with tricky ties against Tottenham, Birmingham and Liverpool in the coming weeks.
Steven Caldwell spent yet another week on the sidelines with his groin injury but Burnley manager Brian Laws said he is making good progress.
"He's really kicked on again," said Laws. "It had got to the stage where it laid dormant, and didn't get worse or better, but he's made progress in the last week."
He added: "He's a strong part of the team, a leader and he will be an important part of the last quarter of the season on and off the pitch."
The Clarets will be hoping their skipper will be back in contention soon as they face a crucial month of games in March, including fixtures against fellow strugglers Wolves, Blackburn and Wigan, where we could face off against his brother.
Ferdinand v Ferdinand
Rio Ferdinand returned to the Manchester United starting line-up in their thrilling Champions League win away to Milan. However he did show signs of rustiness and the Reds were somewhat fortunate to concede just one goal in the early exchanges.
The England captain will be back in the stands when United visit Everton as he is only half-way through a four-match domestic ban for violent conduct. He will miss the midweek game with old club West Ham United but will be free to play in the Carling Cup final.
Meanwhile, brother Anton is nearing a return from the ankle injury that has kept him sidelined for more than two months.
The 24-year-old is back in training and determined to help the Cats rediscover their early-season form. The Mackems are without a Premier League win since November 21, when they beat Arsenal 1-0 at the Stadium of Light.
"It's been tough watching but hopefully those days are behind me and I can get back into the team and show my worth," said the defender.
Terry v Terry
John Terry was granted compassionate leave following Chelsea's 2-1 loss away to Everton, a game where the off-field allegations looked to be getting the better of the centre-back.
The ex-England captain was guilty of misjudging a high ball that allowed Louis Saha to grab the winner. In his absence Chelsea have returned to winning ways with a comfortable FA Cup victory over Cardiff City, and with Manchester United hot on their heels in the Premier League the Blues will be delighted to have Terry back for what is a must-win game at Wolves.
Meanwhile, Paul Terry's Rushden and Diamonds remain in contention for a playoff despite losing their first league game of 2010. They looked set to come away from league leaders Oxford with a point but conceded a penalty four minutes from time which was converted.
The loss ended an eight-game unbeaten streak for the Blue Square Premier side. Terry played a key role in that run although he remains on just one goal for the season.
It may be more interesting to concentrate on the Terry brothers' disciplinary record instead. Paul's booking during the win over Stevenage was his sixth of the season. He now trails John by one goal and also one yellow card!
Wright-Phillips v Wright-Phillips
Shaun Wright-Phillips scored his fifth goal of the season in Manchester City's 1-1 FA Cup draw with Stoke. It was the ideal response from the England winger, who was the fall guy for the Carling Cup exit to city rivals Manchester United.
The England winger was dropped to the bench for the subsequent three games, including the shock 2-1 loss away to Hull.
Manager Roberto Mancini gave him a chance to redeem himself when he threw him back in the starting line-up for City's fifth-round cup game and he grabbed the opportunity with both hands, firing home after only 11 minutes.
There has been further frustration for brother Bradley over the past few weeks, who has been consigned to the role of unused substitute.
Despite making his long-awaited comeback from injury in Plymouth's FA Cup defeat away to Newcastle, he has been made just one appearance since, in the 2-1 reverse at Sheffield Wednesday.
The striker could only look on as the Pilgrims plunged further into the relegation mire with losses to West Brom and Reading. He will be hoping to feature against Leicester this weekend.