November 18, 1910
Liverpool are to try conclusions with Notts County, and there is every reason to believe that a very hard game will result. The directors at their meeting last evening decided to rely on the following team: – Gus Beeby; Ephraim Longworth and Robert Crawford; Robert Robinson, Jim Harrop, and John McConnell; Arthur Goddard, Jimmy Stewart, Jack Parkinson, Ronald Orr, and Harold Uren.
The only change, it will be noticed, is the inclusion of Stewart at inside right, Orr crossing over to his old position. Stewart is again fit and well, and if he can reproduce his last season’s form he will improve the line. The inside right has up to the present not assisted the League team very often this season. Sam Bowyer would have taken up the place he occupied last week but for the fact that his child is very ill just now, and it was not thought advisable for him to leave the town.
He is down to play at Anfield, but in case he is needed at home another player will have to be found. He would not have been placed in the Reserve team but for the fact that there was no other player available.
The task set the Livers is a stiff one, but they are not without hope of returning with at least a point. The team travel by the 9.15 train from Central Station to-morrow morning, and the kick-off is timed for 2.40.
(Evening Express: November 18, 1910)