April 24, 1920
Match: Football League, First Division, at The Hawthorns, kick-off: 15:30.
West Bromwich Albion – Liverpool 1-1 (1-1).
Referee: Mr. H.R. Child.
West Bromwich (2-3-5): Hubert Pearson, Joe Smith, Arthur Cook, Sammy Richardson, Sid Bowser, Bobby McNeal, Jack Crisp, Andy Smith, Alf Bentley, Fred Morris, Howard Gregory.
Liverpool (2-3-5): Elisha Scott, Ephraim Longworth, Donald Mackinlay, John Bamber, Walter Wadsworth, Tom Bromilow, Jack Sheldon, William Lacey, Tom Miller, Harry Chamber, Albert Pearson.
The goals: 1-0 Morris (11 min.), 1-1 Mackinlay (12 min.).
The League leaders were at home to Liverpool, before 35,000 spectators, and as they scored a goal, their total for the season is now a hundred. The play slightly favoured Liverpool for ten minutes. Then Morris, securing the ball from Gregory, score the Albion’s hundredth League goal. A minute later Mackinlay equalised for Liverpool from a free kick given against Richardson, and at half time the teams were level with a goal each.
The visitors restarted strongly, but their forwards failed to make the most of opportunities. The Albion forwards were also below their usual form, Crisp alone playing convincing football. No scoring took place in this half.
Result: – West Bromwich Albion 1 goal, Liverpool 1 goal.
(Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 26-04-1920)