South Yorkshire boy band sensation Louis Tomlinson is all set to make his Doncaster Rovers' debut - his first match after signing for his hometown team last month. The One Direction heart-throb will swap the glitz and glamour for the mud, sweat and tears of a reserve game against Scunthorpe United at the Keepmoat Stadium - and thousands of fans are expected to turn out to see him pull on the red and white hoops. The Bessacarr star joined Rovers as a non-contract player last month to help raise funds for Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice, and made headlines around the globe after being handed the number 28 shirt. And, while he wont feature for Paul Dickov's side in any of Rovers' Championship fixtures this season, the reserves game on Wednesday, September 18, will prove a stern test for the 21-year-old as he goes head to head in a competitive game in the Central League. It is also likely to be an unsettling experience for both Rovers' and United's young players, normally used to playing in front of just a handful of supporters rather than thousands of young girls. Screaming fans are expected to snap up tickets for the clash, which will be played under official Football League rules with the result counting towards official records. On his signing for Rovers, the singer tweeted: "Amazing day for me, such an honour to be part of Doncaster Rovers! The singer, who has never played higher than Sunday League, but has had three number one hits with One Direction, added: "I feel very honoured to have been asked to sign for Rovers and being able to help both the club and the amazing charity Bluebell Wood."
Source: Donny Mad