April 29, 1905
The winter pastime dies hard and interesting. The leadership of the premier league tourney of the country is still to be provided, and to-day the stage managers ring down the curtain over the most memorable season.
Liverpool are in a happy state. They want to conclude, if possible, with a century of goals to their credit – a fitting termination to a championship season; and doubtless there will be a large crowd present to see them against Burnley.
Liverpool have chosen their very strongest eleven, Arthur Goddard appearing again. There is just a fear that Maurice Parry will not be able to play. Consequently Tom Chorlton is held in reserve.
Liverpool Reserves go to Hyde Road late in the day, the kick-off being fixed for six o’clock.
(Liverpool Daily Post: April 29, 1905)