Match No. 122 - Saturday, 10th April 1920
- Sam HardyAston Villa, 21st of 21 caps
36 years, 7 months, 15 days
- Jesse PenningtonWBA, 25th of 25 caps
36 years, 7 months, 18 days (c)2nd captaincy
- Andy DucatAston Villa, 5th of 6 caps
34 years, 1 month, 22 days
- Joe McCallPreston NE, 4th of 5 caps
33 years, 9 months, 4 days
- Bob KellyBurnley, 1st of 14 caps
26 years, 4 months, 24 days
- Jack CockChelsea, 2nd of 2 caps
26 years, 4 months, 26 days
- Fred MorrisWBA, 1st of 2 caps
26 years, 7 months, 14 days
- Tom Miller, 13'
- Andrew Wilson, 21'
- Alex Donaldson, 31'
- Tom Miller, 40'
- Kenny CampbellKenneth Campbell.
Born 6th Sep 1892, Cambuslang.
- Alec McNairAlexander McNair.
Born 26th Dec 1883, Bo'ness.
- Jimmy BlairJames Blair.
Born 11th May 1888, Glenboig.
- James BowieJames Bowie.
Born 9th Jul 1888, Partick.
- Wilf LowWilfrid Lawson Low.
Born 8th Dec 1884, Aberdeen.
- Jimmy GordonJames Eadie Gordon.
Born 23rd Jul 1888, Saltcoats.
- Alex DonaldsonAlexander Pollock Donaldson.
Born 4th Dec 1890, Barrhead.
- Tom MillerThomas Miller.
Born 30th Jun 1890, Motherwell.
- Andrew WilsonAndrew Nesbit Wilson.
Born 14th Feb 1896, Newmains.
- John PatersonJohn Paterson.
Born 14th Dec 1897, Dundee.
- Alex TroupAlexander Troup.
Born 4th May 1895, Forfar.
- Player InjuryAfter Quantrill's goal "Campbell made an heroic effort to save, and was damaged in the collision with Kelly. He was off the field for 10 minutes, Gordon keeping the goal in his absence..."
- Player MilestoneSam Hardy's Last Cap
- Player MilestoneEphraim Longworth's 1st Cap
- Player MilestoneJesse Pennington's 25th & Last Cap
- Player MilestoneCharles Wallace's Last Cap
- Player MilestoneBob Kelly's 1st Cap
- Player MilestoneJack Cock's Last Cap
- Player MilestoneFred Morris' 1st Cap
- Goal MilestoneAlf Quantrill's 1st Goal
- Goal MilestoneBob Kelly's 1st Goal
- Goal MilestoneFred Morris' 1st Goal
- The Times Monday 12th April, 1920
- The History of the English Football League: Part One 1888-1930 by Michael J. Slade (Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co. 2013)
- Scotland Thomas R Dougray
- No change in rank, gaining 9 ranking points to 2006 points England - 1st
- Scotland - 8th