Gordon Strachan has a strong squad at his disposal for his first match since taking over the role. A host of Premier League names, including Charlie Adam and Steven Fltecher are set to feature.
Celtic midfielder Scott Brown has been named captain but club team-mate James Forrest will not be selected after his manager opted to rest him.
The ex-Middlesbrough boss has an exciting set of striking options from which to choose despite Ross McCormack's withdrawal through illness - with Fletcher, Jordan Rhodes and Kenny Miller all battling for starting berths.
As for the visitors, Tarmo Ruutli has named a mixture of veteran and inexperienced players for the match. In particular, he has plenty of experience in defence with Dmitri Kruglov, Ragnar Klavan and Enar Jaager having made more than 80 appearances for their country.
Motherwell striker Henrik Ojamaa is likely to have to settle for a place on the bench with Andres Oper and Tarmo Kink filling the two striking spots.
Scotland currently sit 69th in Fifa's latest world rankings. Their highest-ever rating was back in October 2007 when they were listed 13th.
New boss Gordon Strachan (pictured right) scored five times in 50 caps for Scotland during his playing days.
The country's joint-top scorers are Kenny Dalglish and Denis Law on 30 apiece, with Kenny Miller the closest of the current squad with 17 goals to his name. Miller is 9/2 with Paddy Power to score the last goal in this game.
Estonia have won two of their last six matches - a 1-0 World Cup 2014 qualification win over Andorra and a 2-1 victory against Oman in a friendly.
They currently occupy 83rd spot the Fifa rankings, having previously risen as high as 47th back in March 2012.
Martin Reim is Estonia's most-capped player - making 157 appearances and scoring 14 times between 1992-2009.
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