April 28, 1908
At Boundary Park, before four thousand spectators. Both teams were well represented. The Oldham men had slightly the better of matters in the opening half, and though many chances came their way they could not beat Ned Doig. Sam Bowyer scored a good goal for Liverpool.
Oldham showed marked superiority in the second half, constantly pressing, but Doig and Billy Dunlop defended finely. Moores, however, after a fierce bombardment, found the net. Liverpool from a burst away scored the winning goal through Bowyer.
(Source: Manchester Courier: April 28, 1908)