Last Updated: 19/11/13 7:52pm
The final whistle blows and it's another memorable victory for Gordon Strachan's Scotland. Scott Brown's goal separates the two sides, but a battling defensive performance against a Norwegian onslaught deserves special mention. Four games unbeaten now!
Abdellaoue hits one straight down the throat of Marshall. Another clean sheet beckons for the Cardiff stopper.
Gamst Pedersen's deliveries have created so many problems for Scotland today, but again it's well defended.
Brown should probably score from the ensuing free-kick, but his attempt harmlessly transitions into an air-shot.
Gamst Pedersen knocks down to Marcus Pedersen, who will now be ruing the day he ever met David Marshall, who keeps out another effort.
Scotland have worked so hard for their lead so far, and are now comfortable in possession as the onus is on Norway to create now more than ever.
GOAL! Scotland bag one against the run of play! Celtic star Scott Brown latches onto a loose ball and smashes it home via a small deflection. 1-0 to Scotland!
Yet another chance for Marcus Pedersen, how he hasn't scored only he knows! Abdellaoue pulls it back, dead centre for Pedersen but Marshall stops with his legs.
Smooth build from Norway opens up the space for Eikrem to flash a shot at Marshall, but the keeper holds the effort well.
Norway kick us off then, with new manager Per-Mathias Hogmo still on the lookout for his first victory as boss.
What are your thoughts on the first half then? Have Scotland impressed? What do you think the result will be? Feel free to let me know via Twitter at @MattStead91, or by e-mail at Matthew.Stead@bskyb.com.
There's half-time then, and in all fairness you have to hand it to Scotland for still being level. Norway have looked great and have the makings of a very good side, but Scotland have stood firm. Gordon Strachan will surely look to create a few more chances up top now though.
Great build-up play again from Norway as Eikrem gets the final touch, a volley in the box. Skims just wide of the post though.
Norway look pretty fluid going forward, but Scotland look disjointed. Still no chances for the visitors aside from Anya's early snapshot.
Having said that, Norway look very comfortable on the ball. Impressive footballing side in the works.
Gordon Strachan will be happier with his side's showing over the last few minutes. They've restricted Norway to cross-field balls and speculative efforts after an early barrage.
Norway have certainly acclimatised to the freezing conditions over in Molde, understandably of course. Snow and ice surrounds the pitch, and Norway have created the better chances so far with Scotland labouring.
Gamst Pedersen delivers an excellent ball but, again, the danger-man - and his namesake Marcus - just can't reach to tap home.
From the ensuing counter, Kamara tests Marshall, who palms away but recovers to collect at the feet of Pedersen.
Scotland break as Naismith finds Snodgrass, but the Norwich star takes too long and is dispossessed.
Double chance for Norway there, Pedersen's initial clearance blocked off the line and Kamara's follow-up is saved well by Marshall.
Lone striker Naismith catches Nyland off guard as the keeper attempts to clear from outside his box. It falls to the feet off Anya however, but he'll want to do better than that with the goal gaping.
On-loan Barnsley striker Marcus Pedersen nearly gets on the end of a swinging cross, but it just evades his head as he's stretching.
Cagey opening early on with the hosts settling perhaps the better. Looks like a 4-2-3-1 formation for Scotland, while Norway have set up with what appears to be a straight 4-4-2.
Naismith and Snodgrass start play, with Scotland, kicking from right to left, searching for back-to-back away wins for the first time in six years.
Scott Anderson (@andersonscott98) is backing an away win: '2-1 Scotland, I think Anya will play really well.' What do you think?
Scotland: Marshall, Hutton, Whittaker, Martin, Greer, Adam, Anya, Brown, Snodgrass, Bryson, Naismith. Subs: Fox, Boyd, McArthur, Berra, Conway, Wallace, Mackay, Armstrong.
Norway: Nyland, Elabdellaoui, Hogli, Forren, Reginiussen, M.G. Pedersen, Eikrem, Skjelbred, M. Pedersen, Yttergard-Jensen, Kamara. Subs: Jarstein, Grytebust, Strandberg, Skjelvik, Konradsen, Abdellaoue, Elyounoussi, Linnes, Daehli
We'll have team news coming up from both sides shortly. In the meantime, you can send your pre-match thoughts via Twitter at @MattStead91, or by e-mail at Matthew.Stead@bskyb.com. What are your thoughts and predictions for the match?
While Gordon Strachan's Scotland career has started fairly positively with four wins from nine, including a memorable win over Croatia, Norway's new boss Per-Mathias Hogmo is still without a win in three since taking over in September.
Both sides come into this game on the back on fourth-place finishes in qualifying for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, and so players will be hoping to impress their relatively new bosses with other tournaments on the horizon.
Good evening and welcome to the live commentary from today's international friendly clash between Norway and Scotland.