Thursday, October 13 – 1910
The Liverpool team to meet Bristol on Saturday will be chosen this evening, and it will be extremely interesting to note how the directors will view the half-back line. Sam Hardy went through the test against Everton on Monday with complete satisfaction, and his arm is now thoroughly sound. The international keeper will therefore take his place between the sticks on Saturday, and with the City so desperately in need of goals, the Liverpool keeper is likely to be highly tried.
The City usually do well at Anfield, and with both sides anxious to make headway, the game on Saturday is bound to be of a stern character. The Bristol City team, I understand, will not be chosen until to-morrow, but it is certain that Billy Wedlock, the tireless centre half, will take his usual place in the team, and the appearance of the wonderful little player is sure to attract a host of his admirers.
By the way, I may point out that the kick-off is times for 3.30.
(Evening Express, 13-10-1910)