Wednesday, September 14 – 1910
Liverpool do not choose their team until to-morrow evening, but I do not expect that Hardy will be fit to turn out.
Beeby, however, is playing exceedingly well, and he can be depended on to guard the goal with credit to himself and the club.
The “Reds” have had pretty much their own way in previous meetings with the Forest at Anfield.
I find that the clubs have met under First Division auspices at Anfield on 13 occasions, and of these the Forest have won but 3, whilst 3 have been drawn. Liverpool have thus won 7 games, and can claim 26 goals against 11.
The biggest defeat sustained by the Forest was that of last April, and another such win would be welcomed on Saturday, but I do not anticipate such a crop of goals.
(Evening Express, 14-09-1910)