The home test is for interest only. It’s of no use in court for the reasons that you mention.
There is absolutely no reason not to go ahead and if he does forge the test, and it doesn’t come out with what’s expected, just insist on the formal one.
I think that answers the question very simply.
Incidentally, if a person refuses a test the presumption is that the result would be unfavourable for them.
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