October 12, 1943
Manager Mr. George Kay, of Liverpool, is early in the field with his names for the return Merseyside “Derby” with Everton at Anfield on Saturday. The side shows only one change as compared with that which won 6-4 last Saturday, for, as I announced yesterday, Berry Nieuwenhuys will be at outside right, and this will compensate for the loss of Don Welsh, who is England’s reserve for the Manchester international.
Jim Harley is included again, having done so well on the wing at Goodison Park, and Jack Campbell is the lad who stands by in case of emergency.
Liverpool Grounds Committee have made special arrangements for accommodating the crowd, and every turnstile at Anfield will be opened to ensure everyone getting in. Still, the public can help by getting to the ground early.
Liverpool Reserves will be at Goodison Park facing Everton Reserves, and their Colts appear at Orrell Lane against Prenton Villa.
Liverpool (from): Alf Hobson, Jack Westby, Jeff Gulliver, Harry Kaye, Laurie Hughes, Jack Pilling, Berry Nieuwenhuys, Jim Harley, Jack Campbell, Jack Campbell, Jack Balmer, Cyril Done, Alf Hanson.
(Source: Evening Express: October 12, 1943)