Louis Tomlinson is more likely to be sick on the pitch than score for Doncaster Rovers, Ladbrokes have said, as the One Direction star prepares to make his debut for the reserves.
Tomlinson was forced to pull out of a game in September after suffering an injury during a charity fixture, but he is now due to make his debut for Doncaster reserves against Rotherham at the Keepmoat Stadium on Wednesday night.
The 22-year-old is priced at just 5/1 to be sick on the pitch, with odds of 8/1 that he scores at any point during the game.
Tomlinson is 25/1 to score the first goal, while there is a 33/1 chance that he could be sent off, the bookies said.
"Playing for Doncaster is up there with the story of his life, but as far as the odds are concerned Louis should stick to the day job," Ladbrokes spokeswoman Jessica Bridge said.
One Direction's Louis Tomlinson will be swapping arenas for The Keepmoat Stadium tomorrow, as he pulls on a Doncaster shirt for his match debut.
Rovers fan Tomlinson, who is one fifth of the multi-million selling boyband, agreed a non-contract deal last summer as part of an ongoing association with the club in aid of Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice.
The 22-year-old missed out on a planned appearance in September after being injured in a charity fixture but will pull on the red and white jersey when Doncaster reserves take on Yorkshire rivals Rotherham in their last Final Third Development League game of the season.
The Keepmoat Stadium is anticipating an influx of 'Directioners' - the collective name for the group's fanatical followers - for the fixture, with some travelling from as far afield as Denmark, France and Italy.
It is not known whether Tomlinson, who picked up two Brit Awards with his 1D band-mates last week and boasts 15.5million Twitter followers, will start the match.