Last Updated: 15/11/11 9:34pm
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That's it! The final whistle blows to seal Ireland's qualification to Euro 2012! And now the celebrations can begin.
We're in the final minute then and Ireland are seconds away from booking their spot in the Euros. Just waiting for that final whistle...
There's a quick throw-in from Estonia but it looks like this is wrapped up. No time will be added on after an uneventful half in terms of injuries.
Given takes his time with a goal-kick as we enter the dying stages. Ireland have been less than spectacular this half but they've got the job done and that's all that counts.
Puri chips in a pass but Saag blasts a poor shot high after a flick-on from Rahn. Just about sums up Estonia's night.
Estonia win a free-kick and pose a late threat but Saag's shot is cleared by St Ledger and Ireland breathe a sigh of relief.
Whelan and Andrews pair up on the edge of the box but Doyle is called offside seconds later as Ireland try a late assault.
We're into the final few minutes now and the Irish are sitting comfortably on the ball in their own half. Estonia look all but beaten.
51,150 attendance at the Aviva tonight. Fantastic turnout and looks like they're going to get their celebration in a few minutes.
McGeady has a go with a long range shot but misses his target. Probably should have passed out to Ward, waiting on the left.
Just 10 minutes remaining now and all Ireland have to do is defend. The crowd are already going wild.
Estonia don't look likely to pull off any miracle comeback, with Ireland mostly in control. The hosts get ready to make another change.
McGeady produces some great work down the left in a solo charge. He pulls off a stepover to get past Jaager but fires his cross straight at the keeper.
Puri tries a shot for the visitors but it's a high one and cruises well over the woodwork, not troubling Given this time.
Replays of the Estonia goal show Given should have saved it fairly easily. The keeper looks extremely annoyed with himself.
Estonia win a free-kick in their own half following a tussle between Doyle and Teniste. The Irishman does not look happy.
Skipper Keane goes off to tumultuous applause from the home crowd, with Simon Cox replacing the veteran striker.
Martin Vunk is booked for a foul on Damien Duff. Ireland are awarded a free-kick from a good position.
Londak leaps to snatch the ball to safety after a McGeady cross fizzes towards goal. The substitute has looked lively since coming on.
Doyle nearly grabs another for Ireland as he fires a shot towards goal from outside the box, but Londak dives to save.
Klavan does superbly to block a Keane shot from the left which looks on-target after a great pass from McGeady.
Wonder if that goal will trigger an Estonia comeback? O'Shea takes a free-kick for Ireland in midfield.
A spot of lazy defending was all it took for Estonia to sneak that one. Ireland should have woken up now.
Out of nowhere, skipper Vassiljev fizzes in a long-distance shot which Shay Given should have saved. Unexpected and most-definitely unwanted by Ireland.
Substitute Kink tries a shot straight away from distance but it's well wide and causes no problems for Given.
Saag charges towards goal but it crowded out by the Ireland defence, who have been excellent so far.
O'Shea looks for Doyle just outside the Estonia box but the striker is under pressure from the visitors' defence and can't pin the ball down.
Andrews is fouled by Vunk in the middle of the park for an Ireland free-kick. Doyle wins the ball down the right but it bounces out for an Estonia goal-kick.
Whelan does well to keep hold of the ball in midfield under pressure from Lindpere. Klavan pulls off some good defending seconds later to close down Doyle.
Saag is called offside by the linesman to frustrate an Estonia attack. Given takes a goal-kick for the Irish.
Ireland have started brightly with Hunt and O'Shea linking up on the right, trying to break through.
We're back underway and it's the final hurdle for Ireland now with qualification well within their sights.
Adrian emailed to say - "I wish I was there right now. It's party central in the Aviva by all accounts. We've lost out in so many play-offs down through the years it's about time we got the luck we deserve. Add that to the hard work this team has put in and it's going to be a great summer next year."
Time for the second half. Expecting some partying at full-time unless there's a massive collapse in these next 45 minutes. Enjoy!
Dan has been impressed by the hosts' display so far - "The boys are playing brilliantly, calm and collected and searching for more goals on top of the 5 we've seen since Friday ! Brace yourself Poland ! The Irish are nearly on their way :o)"
Ross Elliott has tweeted to say - "Job done already I'd say Rachel! :-) Gotta love the amount of wolves players in the ROI squad!"
Great stuff from Ireland in that half. Want to have your say? Get in touch - email@example.com or on Twitter @SkySportsRachG
It's half-time in Dublin and the home side are leading 1-0 (5-0 aggregate). It looks like job done now unless Estonia pull off something very big in the next 45 minutes.
Just a minute of injury time is added this half. Ireland look comfortable in possession as the clock ticks down.
We're in the final minute of regular time this half and Ireland have been the dominant side so far, with a goal to show for their troubles.
Hunt wins a corner for Ireland as he forces a panicked clearance from Klavan on the right of goal. Duff drifts the ball in but Londak snatches it to safety.
Doyle plays in Keane and the striker tries an optimistic shot but can only fire it across the face of goal.
Lindpere looks threatening as he advances on the edge of the Ireland box but he's off balance and stumbles, gifting the ball to the hosts.
Given fires a goal-kick high up the pitch, looking for Doyle, but Puri gets it away. Ireland waste no time coming back as they keep the heat on.
Dunne concedes a free-kick as he fouls Saag on the left of the Ireland half but nothing comes of the set-piece.
Whelan darts in to snatch the ball and diffuse an Estonia attack as Ireland show off their solid defence once again.
Ireland win a throw just inside their own half but the visitors reclaim possession as the minutes trickle down in this half.
Given pulls off a great save, charging out of his net before jumping to seize a dangerous-looking cross.
St Ledger fouls Lindpere for an Estonia free-kick in midfield. Puri fires in a cross from the right looking for someone in the box but he overshoots his target.
Estonia are on the ball in midfield, looking for a reply. Voskoboinikov puts some rare pressure on Given as he forces a save, but the keeper makes a comfortable block.
The party atmosphere seems to have gone up a few notches at the Aviva thanks to that goal. Ireland really are in a commanding position now.
There's a corner after Klavan's clearance which Doyle initially nods towards goal, but his header is saved. Ward pounces on the rebounded shot from close range to drill it home.
Ward lifts in a great cross from the left and Hunt makes a strong run in from the right to meet it, but Klavan gets there first.
Saag gets forward for the visitors on the edge of the box but St Ledger is there to clear with Hunt lurking as back-up.
O'Shea finds Hunt down the right wing and he tries to pick out Keane, but the Galaxy man can't keep hold of the ball.
No goals so far. The Estonians keep trying to penetrate a solid Irish defence but the hosts have had most of the chances.
Vassiljev tries to weave his way through the Irish defence but fires a misplaced pass out for an Ireland throw in their own half.
The visitors exchange passes in the middle of the park, looking for a way through. Rahn lofts the ball upfield but no one is there in the box to meet his pass.
Kevin Doyle sets up Duff after some good work down the right flank and he tries to pick out Keane but the Estonian defence close him down.
Estonia win another throw after Given's clearance bounces out in midfield. Substitute Puri is on the ball for the visitors.
The ball rolls back to Given, who boots it up the pitch. There's a collision as Puri and Andrews come together but the ref waves to play on.
Ireland win a throw-in in their own half, which Ward takes. The hosts have been in control of this one so far.
A reshuffle already for the visitors as Puri comes on for Kruglov, who has picked up an apparent injury. Not good news for Estonia.
Kruglov hoofs a lofty ball in from the left, looking for Voskoboinikov in the box, but St Ledger is there to get his head to it and clear.
Londak atones for an error made seconds earlier by spreading himself wide and closing down the advancing and unmarked Keane with a low block.
Estonia try an assault as Teniste attempts to break through but Ward is there with some solid defending.
Doyle is fouled as Ireland win a free-kick in their own half and Whelan takes it quickly before they earn another seconds later.
Voskoboinikov can't quite rise to meet a long pass in the Ireland box and St Ledger is there to diffuse the threat.
Whelan lifts in the resulting free-kick but goalkeeper Londak keeps his cool to charge out and make a confident save.
An advancing Duff is taken down by centre-back Rahn on the left in a reckless challenge and the Estonian is rightfully booked.
Ireland take a quick free-kick in the Estonia half but nothing comes of the set piece and you have to wonder why they're rushing. Opportunity wasted there.
Kruglov does well to make a clearance on the right as Ireland get forward again. The visiting defence are under pressure at the minute.
Two chances in quick succession for Ireland there. It's going their way so far in these early minutes.
Another chance for Keane! Ireland win a free-kick which Hunt takes and Duff tries to fire home. It rebounds off the post before Keane pokes it wide.
Early chance for the Irish as Robbie Keane goes on the assault after a flick on from Doyle but the ball just won't come down for the striker in the area as keeper Londak shuts him down. There's a weak call for a penalty but the ref is unmoved.
Keane and Whelan link up with some neat passing play in midfield but the visitors intervene and Klavan latches onto a loose ball.
Klavan hoofs a misplaced pass between two of his team-mates and it rolls out for an Ireland throw, much to the delight of the home faithful.
Ward and Duff link up down the left wing but the latter, under pressure from the Estonian defence, fires a wayward cross behind.
Estonia win an early throw which Jaager takes and it goes straight out for another. Klavan pounces on the ball for the visitors in their own half.
Ireland bench: Westwood, McGeady, McCarthy, O'Dea, Fahey, Cox, Walters. Estonia bench: Kotenko, Sisov, Dmitrijev, Puri, Kink, Purje, Barengrub.
Ben Rogan is hoping Ireland can stop their visitors getting an early lead. He tweeted - "I think it'll be a scary one if Estonia score first..but whatever happens I'm sure the boys in green will make it through!"
Paul Cronin has dropped me a tweet to say - "Stuff Estonia, party time for the Irish tonight I reckon :-) #cakewalk"
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Estonia boss Tarmo Ruutli is without banned trio Sergei Pareiko, Andrei Stepanov and Raio Piiroja. He's also made a further three changes, drafting in Joel Lindpere, Pavel Londak, Taavi Rahn, Taijo Teniste, Kaimar Saag and Vladimir Voskoboinikov.
Here's the Estonia XI - Londak; Jagger,Rahn,Klavan,Kruglov; Teniste,Vunk,Vassiljev,Lindpere; Saag,Voskoboinikov.
Stalwarts Kevin Doyle and John O'Shea return to Giovanni Trapattoni's starting line-up, replacing Jon Walters and Stephen Kelly on their returns from suspension and injury respectively.
A quick update from our friends at SkyBet - Having all-but booked their place at Euro 2012, Republic of Ireland are 4/11 to go through with a win with the draw 4/1 and Estonia available at 7/1. The Irish are 12/1 to win 4-0 again, while Robbie Keane and Jon Walters both to score at the Aviva Stadium is 9/4.
Will be a massive feat for Ireland tonight if they qualify. Fancy having your say on the match ahead of kick-off? Get in touch - email@example.com or on Twitter @SkySportsRachG.
Here's the Ireland line-up for you: Shay Given; John O'Shea, Sean St Ledger, Richard Dunne, Stephen Ward; Damien Duff, Keith Andrews, Glenn Whelan, Stephen Hunt; Robbie Keane, Kevin Doyle.
Ireland are on the brink of qualifying for their first international tournament in 10 years and will do so tonight so long as Estonia don't produce a massive upset.