Last Updated: 06/02/13 9:39pm
That is it, Scotland win 1-0 thanks to Charlie Mulgrew's first-half strike. The Gordon Strachan era begins in encouraging fashion, with Wales to follow nest month. Thanks for looking in.
Snodgrass dances past a defender as Scotland press in stoppage time, but they have not tested estonia's keeper that much in the second half for all their possession.
Similarly good work from Hutton on the right, flicking the ball to Snodgrass but again the chance for the killer goal goes away.
Miller ghosts into the box and finds Rhodes, but the ball is under the striker's feet and he cannot shoot. Nice run from the Vancouver Whitecaps man.
A loose pass from McGregor goes to Kams, but Estonia cannot make anything of the gift the Scottish keeper presented them with.
Estonia knocking the ball around with the confidence Scotland had at the start, who need another goal to kill this one off.
Purje beats Scotland's attempts to spring the offside trap, but he makes a hash of the shot, which flies off towards the touchline.
Berra fails to deal with the free kick, his header lands with Kams but his first-time shot flies wide.
Miller's pass towards the lurking Rhodes is cut out at the last second - Scotland's subs have lloked good since coming on, so they may be giving Strachan something to think about for the World Cup games coming up.
A low cross from the right forces McGregor to race off his line to dive on the ball, snuffing out any threat - which there has not been much of tonight.
Commons' first action is to win a free kick, dead centre, just in front of the 'D' of the Estonia area.
Mulgrew is a nuisance at the resulting corner, but Estonia can clear. It's still only a narrow lead, and as much as he wants to assess players Gordon Strachan will be desperate for this to end in a win so Scotland could do with finishing this off.
Mulgre is determined to get a second, forcing the Estonian keeper to tip over a rising first-time shot from just outside the area.
McArthur's turn for a cynical block, taking down Purje to cioncede a rare free kick in Scotland's half.
Estonia are hardly getting out of their half, so much so that Hutton is almost playing as a forward at times.
Hutton's run towards the Estonia box ends with a shot that is blocked, with Hutton getting a nudge just as he takes aim.
Cynical stuff from Morozov, who has had a torrid night, taking down Fletcher 30 yards out with the Sunderland man looking good for a run on goal.
Naismith chances his arm from 20 yards out, getting away from a defender to fire a shot over the bar.
Mulgrew's deep cross flotas just over the defence but bends away from the keeper, with Hutton just short of collecting. It's been a good night for Mulgrew so far.
Rhodes takes down a long ball with ease, shakes off Morozov but blazes over. Still, he's showing why Blackburn made the plunge for his services.
Ahjupera is flagged for offside, but Scotland get away with that one with Mulgrew playing the substitute on.
Hutton is pulled up for for a foul, but Estonia's Kink is booked for back-chat to the referee while Teniste receives treatment.
Mulgrew tries a back-heel inside the area at a free kick, but he cannot add to his first goal fro his country from the first half.
Rhodes bears down on the ball in the area, but Klavan closes the Blackburn striker down and shepherds the ball to his keeper. Rhodes has impressed in his brief spell so far.
Adam's free kick is easily dealt with, headed away before Naismith gets it back and feeds Snodgrass. The Norwich man's touch is heavy and the ball slips just wide of the post from close range.
Rhodes already trying to impose himself, getting caught offside but the Estonia defence know he will pose a different threat.
Mulgrew takes a tumble off the pitch onto the gravel track in front of the stand - that's gotta hurt!
The goal seems to have drawn the sting from Estonia, and given Scotland a much-needed confidence boost.
Pareiko is flapping away at every corner, but Berra can only nod the ball wide as the ball goes over the Estonia keeper.
Steven Fletcher looking increasingly fed up from all the close attenion he is getting, he'll have to be careful as the referee has kept his cards in his pocket so far.
Charlie Adam's low free kick fell perfectly for Mulgrew, who had pulled away from his marker to slot the ball home first-time with his left from around eight yards out. Nice move, and overall a deserved lead.
Nice, quck feet from Maloney on the left confuses Morozov, who concedes another free kick. Can Scotland make anything of it?
Burke holds off Teniste, who gets a good handful of Burke's shirt before the free kick goes to Scotland.
Great crossfield pass finds Puri, whose shot from the right is blocked before the defence nudge the ball back to McGregor.
Not much flow to the game, and the crowd are getting a little worried with Estonia getting the odd chance without having that much possession.
McGregor saves Scotland, using his feet to deny Kink after a lovely ball dinked over foxes the Scottish defence.
Naismith is pulled up for using the arm to jump for a high ball, and the Everton man is rightly unhappy - that was tame.
Estonia have a corner, and after the rebound comes out Teniste lashes a shot over McGregor's bar. Scotland will have to be careful, they could have closed the estonian down quicker.
Mulgrew's free kick goes behind Scotland's front line as a chance to test at a set-piece goes astray.
With the tough pitch and a few fierce challenges, this is the sort of match that leaves club managers crossing their fingers.
Webster is clattered by Oper from behind, then Scotland break with Maloney forcing a save from the keeper down to his left with a shot from just outside the area that bobbles up off the pitch.
Burke loops in a cross from the right, and Fletcher nods it just over the bar without getting off the ground. Another good move involving Burke.
Fletcher leaves a defender trailing as he latches onto Mulgrew's long pass, but there are two pther white shirts onto him ain a flash to snuff the chance out.
Ojamaa, who plies his trade at Motherwell, puts in a teasing, low cross from the right but there's no-one in the middle to meet it.
Estonia have hardly had the ball yet, but McGregor has to be alert to tip away Teniste's decent long range effort.
The returning Chris Burke is having a good game so far, getting to the line to cross towards Fletcher but the defence are able to nod the ball away.
Scotland win a free kick 25 yards out, but Charlie Adam's left-footed curler is a long way high and wide.
Burke's solo run into the area ends in a blocked shot, with Adam's follow up being deflected wide for another corner that the keeper elects to punch away - again. Scotland may well be working the Estonian custodian a lot on this eveidence.
Shaun Maloney pumps a volley goalwards from close range and on an angle, but the keeper pushes it around the post after flapping at the corner.
Nice work from Burke, who finds Hutton on the right edge of the box, and the full back forces a corner.
A handball from Kink, who Strachan signed at Middlesbrough, gives Scotland a free kick in the centre circle after a few seconds.
The new era is about to begin, and Scotland look really up for this one. Gordon Strachan has plumped for an attacking line-up, do you reckon it will kick his reign off with a win? Let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The teams are out on the pitch, with Scott Brown leading Scotland out for the first time. Gordon Strachan gets a warm welcome, and has to nip around a phalanx of photographers on the way to the dug out.
And how is the man of the moment feeling? 'I'm a bit nervous, after 40 years in the game' Gordon Strachan has told Sky. Even after all he has achieved in football, Gordon Strachan is a little bit keyed up, and he also reclons the pitch might cut up a bit so the starting XI will get the best of the conditions.
Colin Chaplain is hoping for good things tonight - 'Colin checking in from a vacation in Negril, Jamaica and hoping for a new era for Scottish football with a won tonight. Ya Mon!' Colin, I can assure you that it will be drier and a touch warmer where you are! let me know what you think by emailing me at email@example.com.
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How are you feeling about tonight, and the prospects for Scotland under Gordon Strachan? What do you want to see from tonight? Let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I'll paste up the best responses here.
Birmingham City's Chris Burke makes his first appearamce since 2006 as Gordon Strachan shuffles the pack, with one eye on the looming World Cup qualifiers against Wales and Serbia.
Estonia: Pareiko (Gk), Jaager, Morozov, Klavan (Cpt), Teniste,Mosnikov, Vassiljev, Ojamaa, Puri, Kink, Oper.
The Gordon Strachan era begins in a highly appropriate setting, in the ground that he graced with such success as a player. He has a huge task on his hands, and with the chances of making it to Brazil next year nigh on impossible, Strachan has said that the road to Euro 2016, to be held in France, starts here.
So, that's eight changes from the win over Luxembourg in November as the new man in charge starts to look at his options. What do you think of that team selection? Let me know at email@example.com. I reckon there'll be some far-flung fans looking in tonight., so let me know where in the world you are.
Scotland:McGregor, Hutton, Berra, Webster, Mulgrew, Burke, Brown(captain), Adam, Naismith, Maloney, S Fletcher.
Subs: Gilks (Gk), Morrison, Commons, Miller, Bardsley, Rhodes, McArthur, Mackie, Martin, Wallace, Snodgrass, Phillips.