The Alcock Internationals- game 2.

Eight months after the first game Alcock's England XI met Kinnaird's Scotland for a rematch at The Oval. 
England won 1-0 thanks to a goal by Walker following a run by Alcock. Notice that at this point in the game's development that the teams changed ends after a goal had been scored. 
Note that one could  apply by post to be considered for selection.

Game 2:
19.11.70- The Oval.
‘England’  1-0   ‘Scotland’    
Charles Alcock (c)
Harrow  Pilgrims
James  Kirkpatrick [c]
Civil Service FC

Alfred J. Baker
Arthur Kinnaird

Thomas Carter
Eton College
Charles  Nepean
Oxford University
Eton schoolboy
Former Charterhouse pupil who became a vicar. 1874 FA Cup Winner with Oxford University.

John  Cockerel
Galfrid  Congreve
No club

William P. Crake
Harrow School
Robert  Crawford
Harrow Chequers

Thomas Hooman 
William Baillie 
Civil Service FC
FA Cup winner with Wanderers (1872)

Edgar Lubbock
West Kent
Gilbert  Kennedy

Walter Paton                        Harrow School
17 year old Paton was still at Harrow School

William Lindsay        Old Wykehamists
Henry Preston
Eton College

Quentin Hogg                        Wanderers
 A Christian philanthropist

Robert W. Vidal
Westminster School
Henry  Primrose
  Civil Service

Sir Henry William Primrose K.C.B., C.S.I., I.S.O., P.C was later private secretary to the Prime Minister.

Robert  Walker
Clapham Rovers
Robert  Smith
Queen’s Park
Lt. Col. Robert Sandilands Frowd Walker, C.M.G. Introduced football to Malaya.
Captain and founder member of Queen's Park, 2 official internationals for Scotland.