“They will have to stay neutral and sit in the main stand – or maybe my mum will support me and my dad support Andrew.
“We’ll wait and see, but it’s bound to be a nice problem for them to have.
“It’s a new one for us because the only time we have played against each other was in a friendly when Inverness played Birmingham.
“Apart from that day, we have always played on the same team.
“It will be a great occasion and something that we will be able to look back on it – although who remembers it best will depend on who wins.
“Playing against each other will be a novelty. When I was younger, Andrew used to stick me in goal and blast the ball at me.
“I think he wanted me to become a goalkeeper back then so it might be a chance for me to get payback for all the balls he fired at me.”
Andrew, a Birmingham player at the time, made it into the dressing room to celebrate the greatest moment in his former club’s history.
Shinnie added: “When Inverness won the Cup, he was there as he was a guest on the television that day and came down afterwards to congratulate the lads.
“There won’t be a distraction because he’s my brother.