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Summary

  1. England on nine points after three games
  2. Rooney free-kick puts England ahead
  3. Estonia's Klavan sent off for foul on Delph
  4. Rooney takes tally to 43 international goals
  5. Readers vote Wilshere man of the match

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    The late(r) games are just about to kick off but we are calling it a night here.

    You can keep across the live scores here. Enjoy and good night.

  2. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Jon Hitching: Every team needs to win ugly sometime, even if it's really, really, really, really ugly.

    Nick Southwell: A potential banana skin avoided. Not the greatest of games but nine points from nine. We definitely shouldn't be complaining.

    Gary Miles: The tip of the diamond is blunt and pointless. A diamond formation is OK but Rooney is a problem...

  3. Post update

    Luxembourg v Spain (19:45 BST)

    Big news from Spain where goalkeeper Iker Casillas has been dropped after a list of high-profile errors. Manchester United's David de Gea is in nets for the national side.

  4. Text us on 81111

    Will Binks: Bobby Charlton played in a World Cup winning team, whereas Rooney has had to play alongside the likes of Stewart Downing and Stephen Warnock, yet still kept up his scoring. England legend.

    Kane in Shrewsbury: So much negativity. Potential three wins from three. Spain, Germany, Portugal etc would love that. Wish the unpatriotic moaners would give it a rest.

  5. Sitting pretty

    Estonia 0-1 England

    Griup E

    England are on top of Group E with maximum points from three games. Switzerland, by the way, next play San Marino away on Tuesday night.

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    Shaun Robinson: A win's a win and maximum points from three games. Can't ask for much more really.

    Jake Seabrook: I thought Calum Chambers struggled today to be honest. Pretty boring game overall.

    Ian Cantrill: Should score more Rooney today but he done his job and scored the winner! Three wins out of three. Four wins in a row for the first time in five years.

  7. What's next?

    Estonia 0-1 England

    Bored by those last two games? Well there are two more games coming up for England next month.

    First is a qualifier against Slovenia on Saturday 15 November before a friendly with Scotland on Tuesday 18 November. That should at least be fiery...

  8. Post update

    Estonia 0-1 England

    Danny Mills

    Former England full-back on 6-0-6 on 5 live

    "Wayne Rooney is still a very high-quality player. He may be lacking confidence, but tonight when his moment came he scored. And with Daniel Sturridge not there, you have to rely on Rooney to score your goals."

  9. Manager reaction

    Estonia 0-1 England

    England manager Roy Hodgson: "It was hard work. We played well in the first half without taking our chances and that meant that there was an air of frustration setting in. Everyone was aware that when you have played well you have to take at least one chance. Luckily we did that in the second half and it's four wins in a row which is not to be sniffed at.

    "We were going to put Rickie Lambert on but we were discussing which player would come off. It was more likely to be Danny Welbeck. It was a good free-kick from Wayne but it was a frustrating night for him. He scored the winner and we go away with three more points.

    "We realise that Estonia will cause other teams problems here."

    Roy Hodgson
  10. Post update

    Danny Mills

    Former England full-back on 6-0-6 on 5 live

    "The final ball wasn't good enough. Is Wayne Rooney still our best player, and why is it we seem to struggle against these so-called lesser nations?

    "As far as Raheem Sterling, I'd want to play every international game I could at this stage. I don't really believe a player his age will have gone to the manager and old him he's tired. Has there been influence from elsewhere? The club manager, for example? Who knows."

  11. Post update

    Estonia 0-1 England

    Goals from midfield is an issue for England now. James Milner has one, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain three and Andros Townsend two. That's it from the midfielders in the current squad.

  12. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Richard Priseman: Why are people still slating Rooney? He won us the game!

    Scott Kelly: Too reliant on Rooney, I think. With Gerrard and Lampard gone we need to ease pressure on him and goals need to come from elsewhere.

    Rob Gore: Results only mean so much against these teams. It's the performances which worry, with bigger teams awaiting in France.

  13. Man of the match vote

    Jack Wilshere

    We asked for your England man of the match, and Jack Wilshere has topped the vote, with 36.1% of you opting for the Arsenal midfielder.

    Thanks for voting.

  14. Post update

    Estonia 0-1 England

    The enigma that is Wayne Rooney continues to divide England supporters it seems. He looks almost certain to break Sir Bobby Charlton's goalscoring record now, but would he get into an all-time England team?

  15. Player reaction

    Estonia 0-1 England

    Wayne Rooney

    England captain Wayne Rooney: "We knew that's how the game would go. We know they are tough games with men behind the ball and it's tough to break them down. It's a good win. For the goal, it was close in so I was focussing on getting it over the wall.

    "I've shown over the years I'm always capable of scoring goals. The keeper made a good save at the end from me. We are playing well, the pleasing thing is that we have a young team and we hung in there."

  16. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Tom Alex Dodd: Nine points from nine, and the country simply complains. Yep, only in England.

    G Alex: As much as people say Rooney isn't world-class, he is still still our best player by miles. Wilshere is the next best.

    Matt Smith: I can't say England are playing amazingly, but they're getting the results!

  17. Post update

    Estonia 0-1 England

    Terry Butcher

    Former England captain on 5 live

    "It took something special from their captain to make sure England got the three points. Estonia displayed much more quality than San Marino, and it was England's perseverance that won the day.

    "England will learn for this - not the best performance of all time and they had to work really hard to get the win. They've had three wins in this group now and they haven't conceded a goal."

  18. Post update

    Estonia 0-1 England

    It wasn't pretty, in fact it was pretty boring for most of the game. But Roy Hodgson will take a win and move on. I'm sure of that.

  19. FULL-TIME

    Estonia 0-1 England

    Nine points from nine. Job done.

    England players celebrate
  20. Post update

    Estonia 0-1 England

    Terry Butcher

    Former England captain on 5 live

    "Rooney should probably have taken that effort earlier and just smashed it. That would have been game, set and match."

  21. INJURY TIME

    Estonia 0-1 England

    There are four minutes added on. England look nervy but suddenly pick a right pass to free Wayne Rooney, He's one on one, a great chance - but he shoots at goalkeeper Sergei Pareiko!

    A very good save, but a big miss too.

  22. CLOSE!

    Estonia 0-1 England

    Two of England's subs add some excitement! Raheem Sterling puts a defender on his backside with a drop of the shoulder and works it across to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. He then does the same, beating his man before standing up a cross which Wayne Rooney acrobatically hooks wide. Much better...

    Raheem Sterling
  23. YELLOW CARD

    Estonia 0-1 England

    Cheap booking for England as Jack Wilshere rips the collar of Ilja Antonov's shirt, handing him off in midfield. England have gone backwards since scoring, but they have just three minutes to see out now.

    Jack Wilshere
  24. Post update

    Estonia 0-1 England

    Terry Butcher

    Former England captain on 5 live

    "I think Jack Wilshere have done very well in that central role. The hard thing is, he's played against two teams who have simply sat back. He's worked very hard and looked good in that position, and games such as this will give him a lot of confidence too."

  25. Post update

    Estonia 0-1 England

    Into the last five minutes, England closing in on a third win from three qualifiers. So far, so good? Or should you expect more from the national side?

  26. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Will Shepherd: Considering Spain and Germany lost, you have to take this right? Three points is all that matters...

    Hasan: Where are the Rooney haters now ?

    Mark Duffell: Cue the 'Rooney is world-class' comments and hyperbole. Let's ignore fact he's been appalling until that point.

  27. Post update

    Estonia 0-1 England

    Terry Butcher

    Former England captain on 5 live

    "England have gone flat, just letting Estonia have the ball and not putting them under any pressure. They need to up the intensity, because while they're not exactly hanging on England are giving Estonia some hope."

  28. Man of the match vote

    We want to know who you think should be England's man of the match. Chief football writer Phil McNulty has nominated his contenders (I'd imagine it was a bit of a struggle) and you can choose between them by voting at the top of this page, or you can vote on Twitter by tweeting @bbcsport using #wilshere #lallana #cahill #rooney or #other. If you vote for #other, tell us who you'd have picked and why.

    The vote will close at 19:00 BST and we'll let you know the results soon after that. Terms and conditions can be found here.

  29. Post update

    Estonia 0-1 England

    The good, the bad, and the ugly from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. His first touch to control a pass is brilliant, his second one is poor and his third is a heavy tackle. Studs-up, he wins the ball cleanly but it's not the best tackle you've seen.

    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
  30. Elsewhere...

    That Wayne Rooney goal means that deadlocks have been broken all across Europe, with Russia taking the lead against against Moldova through an Artyom Dzyuba penalty, only for Alexandru Epureanu to equalise.

    Ukraine and Austria continue to hold one-goal leads over Macedonia and Montenegro respectively.

  31. SUBSTITUTION

    Estonia 0-1 England

    Blackpool winger Sergei Zenjov comes off and is replaced by Motherwell's Henrik Ojamaa. At the same time Danny Welbeck is hooked for Rickie Lambert.

  32. Post update

    Estonia 0-1 England

    It has been another so-so performance from Wayne Rooney. He missed the two clear chances in the first half and has been sloppy on the ball at times, but he has also conjured up a goal from nothing. One of England's all-time greats?

    Wayne Rooney celebrates
  33. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Cameron Laws: Hasn't performed well at all but get in Rooney. Can always produce something magical.

    Ian Marks: Kind of reminds me of another skipper who used to get us out of jail with free-kicks...

    Tom Swain: Okay, okay. So Wayne Rooney has managed to squeeze a free-kick in from 20 yards. I'm still not convinced.

  34. Post update

    Estonia 0-1 England

    Wayne Rooney was about to be replaced by Rickie Lambert before he bent that free-kick in. Great timing.

    Wayne Rooney celebrates
  35. Post update

    Estonia 0-1 England

    Terry Butcher

    Former England captain on 5 live

    "That's game over, to be honest. That free-kick was a great opportunity - before he took his kick, Rooney took a step to the left and inspected any gaps between keeper and post. He got his effort up and over the wall and the keeper just couldn't keep it out of his near post. An excellent free-kick, very precise."

  36. GOAL

    Estonia 0-1 England - Wayne Rooney

    The breakthrough!

    Wayne Rooney, on his 99th cap, bends in his 43rd international goal from that free-kick. He bends it over the wall and goalkeeper Sergei Pareiko can't claw it out before it crosses the line.

    Wayne Rooney gives England the lead
  37. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Raheem Sterling is fouled inches outside of the area - that's a free-kick...

  38. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Sam: Cue being accused of no national pride, but can't help but feel internationals get in the way of proper football...

    Worms everywhere, now you've opened that can...

  39. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    You are not alone Roy.

    I know we were called out for being too negative earlier on but if anyone has any positives about a 0-0 in Estonia, against 10 men, and with their goalkeeper not having to make a save, we're all ears...

  40. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer Phil McNulty in Tallinn

    "More frantic body language from England manager Roy Hodgson in his technical area. Not happy with what he is currently seeing."

    Roy Hodgson
  41. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Terry Butcher

    Former England captain on 5 live

    "That should have been 1-0. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain missed his header and it just glanced his shoulder. A player who had been on the pitch for a little longer would have buried that chance. A good ball in again from Calum Chambers, but England need to be much more comfortable with their finishing."

  42. CLOSE!

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Calum Chambers delivers a decent cross this time and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain arrives on it with pace, but can't control the header! He closed his eyes!

    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
  43. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    After 10 minutes of solid England ball Estonia have one attack - and almost scythe their way through. Henri Anier is clean through on goal but a very late offside flag calms Tallinn down.

    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain then beats his man and wins a corner. Is this the way through?

  44. SUBSTITUTION

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Jordan Henderson is off, Raheem Sterling is on. Now then, can the one regularly exciting member of the England squad add the spark they have lacked?

    Raheem Sterling
  45. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer Phil McNulty in Tallinn

    "England manager Roy Hodgson spun around in disgust when a poor delivery from Adam Lallana was easily collected by Estonia keeper Sergei Parelko. It summed up what has become an increasingly frustrating night - England's end product has been so poor, indeed pretty much non-existent."

  46. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Wayne Rooney, to the consternation of Peter Wood, is the latest English player to turn down a 20-yard shot. The red wall of attacks continues but still the Estonian goalkeeper is under employed.

    Wayne Rooney
  47. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Stuart Reid: The Barnsley v Bradford match had more quality on display than this!

    Peter Wood: Why do England players just refuse to shoot? Numerous opportunities to have a shot at goal and we hesitate and waste it.

    Andrew Smith: An hour. No shots on target for England. Not good enough.

  48. SUBSTITUTION

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Not one of the most memorable hours of football. Can this change do the business? Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was impressive as a sub against San Marino and he now replaces Fabian Delph in the England midfield.

    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
  49. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Terry Butcher

    Former England captain on 5 live

    "This game is now tailor-made for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Raheem Sterling or Andros Townsend. Someone pacy. For me, Adam Lallana hasn't made much of an impression."

  50. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Estonia are camped in their own penalty area now. Give them a 0-0 draw and they'd be delighted.

    It's up to England to find the goal and they can't do it. Leighton Baines skids a deflected free-kick wide and from the corner goalkeeper Sergei Pareiko misses it only to see a team-mate head clear.

  51. Post update

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  52. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Brilliant from Wayne Rooney to float a pass over the top, nice from Jordan Henderson to check it back across goal on the volley, but poor from Danny Welbeck as he fails to meet it for a tap-in. Welbeck then lashes in a drive right at a blue shirt, before Jack Wilshere and Rooney run into each other.

    Composure!

    Wayne Rooney and Jack Wilshere
  53. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer Phil McNulty in Tallinn

    "Ten more minutes without joy against Estonia's 10 men and surely England manager Roy Hodgson must introduce some pace and width."

  54. YELLOW CARD

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Jordan Henderson is now in the book for a cynical trip in midfield, and he is furious with Estonia sub Joel Lindpere. A replay shows why - there was no contact at all.

    Can England break down the 10 men of Estonia in 40 minutes? That is the question.

  55. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Ian Marks: Now get the wide men on. Stretch those 10 men.

    Alex Lancaster: No excuse from England now that Estonia are down to 10. 3-0 is requirement.

    Paul Cate: The longer this goes on, the more doubts start to creep in. England need to score quickly.

  56. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    That has to be the slowest walk off the pitch after being sent off I've ever seen! Finally Ragnar Klavan leaves us, and Wayne Rooney pumps the free-kick over the bar. Estonia appear to have moved Karol Mets back into defence for now to plug the gap.

    Wayne Rooney
  57. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Terry Butcher

    Former England captain on 5 live

    "That's a yellow card all day, so Klavan and Estonia can have no complaints. Although he wasn't the last man he barged over Delph. This is just what England want - now they'll have to break Estonia down, because the opposition will now just camp inside their half."

  58. RED CARD

    Estonia 0-0 England - Ragnar Klavan

    A big moment! Estonia captain Ragnar Klavan is sent off for a second booking after bodychecking Fabian Delph in midfield. Delph was still 40 yards from goal and there was cover, so it was a very stupid challenge indeed.

    He takes an age to leave the pitch and departs to the familiar strains of 'cheerio! cheerio!' from the England fans. Big opportunity for England now.

    Ragnar Klavan is sent off for a second booking
  59. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    A brighter start from the hosts as lone striker Henri Anier ploughs a furrow up the left wing, but his cross doesn't find anyone. Hang on...

  60. KICK-OFF

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Under way!

  61. SUBSTITUTION

    Estonia 0-0 England

    There's a half-time change for Estonia as Konstantin Vassiljev is replaced by Joel Lindpere. No changes for England yet.

  62. Elsewhere...

    Serhiy Sydorchuk has given Ukraine the lead against Macedonia, a scoreline which would temporarily take Ukraine joint top of Group C, three points ahead of Spain, who play later.

    Austria continue to lead Montenegro 1-0, while Russia can't find a way past Moldova.

  63. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    What's the cat called Phil? Crucial information.

  64. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Phil on Twitter

    Phil: At least someone's finding it interesting!

  65. Listen to Lennon

    New Bolton manager Neil Lennon on 5 live

    "There's a good structure at the club. I know the stadium well and there are some good players at the club.

    "I have a big job on my hands to get Bolton up the table. The financial state of the club never came up in my discussions. I will play a style of football that will please the Bolton fans."

  66. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    MOTD presenter Gary Lineker

    "England struggling with the huge step up in class. Stay patient and a memorable victory could still be ours."

  67. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Graphic
  68. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    If Roy Hodgson did decide to add some width then he has James Milner, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Andros Townsend and Raheem Sterling on the bench. Who would you call for?

  69. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Abdul Kahar: Hodgson and the FA could make a fortune selling this game to NHS as a sleeping aid...

    Mark Sowden: Calum Chambers has struggled against the mighty San Marino and now Estonia. Future prospect? Maybe... but clearly not ready now.

    Edward Pace: Not sure I like the diamond against weaker sides. Lack of width makes it very tight in the middle. Wingers, please!

  70. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Terry Butcher

    Former England captain on 5 live

    "It's been frustrating from England's point of view. They started well but their final ball and finishing has been iffy. They have failed to capitalise on being camped on the edge of the Estonia area. But I'm not worried - the goal will come."

  71. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Roy Hodgson comes off the bench to have a word with referee Marijo Strahonja as the sides leave the arena. He won't be happy with the booking for Leighton Baines but there's been precious little else to get agitated about.

    Ropy Hodgson
  72. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer Phil McNulty in Tallinn

    "Some or part of that first half was quite decent from England but the lack of work for Estonia's goalkeeper with all that possession is simply not good enough. Danny Welbeck too deep and surely more width needed after the break."

  73. HALF-TIME

    Estonia 0-0 England

  74. YELLOW CARD

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Leighton Baines is booked for winning a header, he looks bemused by that one.

  75. INJURY TIME

    Estonia 0-0 England

    One minute added on in Tallinn.

  76. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Calum Chambers has his foot trodden on after a sloppy touch but he's able to continue. Nathaniel Clyne is an option at right-back of course. Scorer of two screamers this season too...

  77. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Danny Welbeck is now deep on the right of midfield, not sure he does his best work there. England are still keeping the ball very well but can they find a breakthrough? Set-pieces were key against San Marino in the end and could be again.

    Danny Welbeck
  78. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Terry Butcher

    Former England captain on 5 live

    "All the half-chances in this first half have fallen to Wayne Rooney, the way England are playing. But each time he has failed to hit the target."

  79. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Ben Wear: Emile Heskey would have had a hat-trick by now!

    Dan Brown: Fabian Delph is looking like he should play at the base of the diamond. Excellent sweeping, whilst Wilshere's runs have been brilliant.

    Nath B: Not sure I like all this new-found attention surrounding Delph. Would like to keep him at Villa a little longer, please!

  80. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer Phil McNulty in Tallinn

    "Plenty of debate about whether Jack Wilshere's naturally attacking instincts are best suited to playing at the base of England's diamond but he has provided plenty of forward impetus here, including some very good service to captain Wayne Rooney."

    Wayne Rooney
  81. CLOSE!

    Estonia 0-0 England

    You should meet me in person Ken. This is me trying very hard to be sunny and bright.

    England move it well again but Leighton Baines is stopped in his tracks by a cracking sliding tackle from Enar Jaager. A Jaager-bomb? Wayne Rooney then heads wide. Another half chance.

  82. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Ken Coombs: I have to say, whether commenting on England at football or cricket, the BBC is more negative than any others I can think of. So much negativity from both BBC commentators and others on here...

    England have enjoyed 79% of the possession so far, Ken, and have had twice as many corners. There, enough positivity while the scoreline remains 0-0?

  83. CLOSE!

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Match stats

    It's not often you'll ever see England have 82% of possession away from home. But can they stick the ball in the net? Danny Welbeck does his level best with a twisty run on the left of the box, he beats his man and fires in a low cross/shot which just about bobbles away from the men in red.

    Jack Wilshere then picks it up and runs with it, toe-bunging a low shot into the side-netting. Good opening that. Sergei Parejko has not had a save to make yet though.

  84. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Wayne Rooney beats the offside trap to run onto another good ball over the top. He is up against four men in blue-and-black and unsurprisingly can't beat them all on his own. The support was too slow to arrive there and the chance is gone.

    Wayne Rooney
  85. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    England are keeping the ball very nicely but are lacking any real width. That's the cons of this diamond system. The pros are that they look very neat and tidy in the middle third. If I understood Roy Hodgson's post-match quotes the other night then the theory is: the longer you keep the ball and move it around, the more likely your opponents are to become tired and slipshod in the second half.

    In other words, if you want your dinner now, we should have some goals after the 60-minute mark.

    Roy Hodgson
  86. Elsewhere...

    Just as in Estonia, the rest of Europe is quite goalless at the moment. Ukraine and Macedonia have failed to break the deadlock, as have Russia and Moldova.

    If you want the ball in the onion bag, you need to head for Austria. Rubin Okotie has given the home side a 1-0 lead over Montenegro.

  87. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Wayne Rooney
  88. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    England have had five shots in 25 minutes - that's about the going rate for a night in Tallinn. Like a groom out with his mates the Estonian defence are still standing though. Rack 'em up.

  89. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Colin Reardon: The Rooney of six or seven years ago would not have missed that tap-in!

    Zenon Szulc: Rooney should have had three or four against San Marino. That he scored just the one goes to show that as a striker he's not world-class.

    Steven Miles: Wayne Rooney is possibly the most overrated player in the world...

  90. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    England fans
  91. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Wayne Rooney out on the left wing sends a delicious crossfield pass which bisects the Estonian defence and almost sends Danny Welbeck clean through until a long leg cuts it out. Jack Wilshere is caught by a late shot, he takes a mental note of the perpetrator - watch this space.

    Another good move for England then ends with Fabian Delph screwing one over the bar from 20 yards. A cracking Adam Lallana stepover though in the build-up.

    Jack Wilshere
  92. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    It took 24 minutes for England to break down San Marino on Thursday and Estonia survive the first 20 in Tallinn easily enough. Without labouring the point, this is the best sounding game I've watched in a while. There's that Emile Heskey chant again.

  93. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer Phil McNulty in Tallinn

    "England turning up the pressure and some of the movement and passing around the edge of the area has even been well received by Estonia's supporters. Some nice moments from Jack Wilshere, and Wayne Rooney really should have had England goal number 43."

  94. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    I think the band you can hear is the England fans Richard. Unless Estonians love a bit of 'Rule Britannia'. Anyway, Gary Cahill imposes himself with a heavy challenge on Blackpool number 10 Sergei Zenjov, an ankle biter. Nasty one.

  95. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Liam Stones: This could be a long evening...

    Stoney: England need width when playing lesser teams, but Hodgson sees fit to play four central midfielders. Prehistoric tactics.

    Richard Parfitt: The quality of the Estonia supporters' band really puts England's to shame!

  96. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Must be?! No!

    Wayne Rooney should at least hit the target at the end of a slick move. Leighton Baines is sent free down the left and puts over a first-time ball to the near post, Rooney is free and looks set to apply the finish - but then misses the ball. Big opening, and Rooney clutches his head in his hands.

  97. Post update

    Estonia 0-0 England

    Terry Butcher

    Former England captain on 5 live

    "Wonderful play from England. Good movement by Rooney and Welbeck in the box and Wilshere curled the ball right onto the penalty spot. Rooney didn't quite get on top of the ball but it was a decent effort."

  98. CLOSE!

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    A moment of quality! What a ball from Jack Wilshere, spotter's badge as he clips a 25-yard pass over the heads of the Estonian backline and into Wayne Rooney's' run. Rooney has to hit it first time and does, but laces it over the top.

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    Tasty. Jack Wilshere stays down after a challenge in midfield before Martin Vunk leaves Jordan Henderson in a heap with an exuberant tackle. He gets away with a warning, presumably based on the fact that he has an excellent name.

    Some retribution moments later as Wayne Rooney catches Karol Mets with a swinging arm as they contest a header. Mets is not the first, and won't be the last, man to spend a Tallinn evening on all fours ejecting fluid from his mouth. But I think he's OK to continue.

    Jack Wilshere
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    Terry Butcher

    Former England captain on 5 live

    "England are nice and sharp and have looked good when they've switched the play. A few decent balls into the box too. Wilshere is playing well at the base of the diamond and Lallana's finding small pockets of space. But England do need to create chances at the end of all this good play."

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    The Estonia fans seem to be chanting 'Emile Heskey' which is a nice touch. Is the great man back in the international frame? He could do a job tonight as Leighton Baines floats a long ball in the direction of Wayne Rooney.

    All-time record goalscorer elect Wayne Rooney, as he should now be known.

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    England put together a move with the fluency to rival Manchester City's Ladies as Adam Lallana and Calum Chambers exchange first-time passes to lead the Estonians on a merry dance across the edge of the box. Truly fine stuff, but no end product at the end of it. A free-kick is won and crossed, and Jordan Henderson has a shot well charged down.

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    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer Phil McNulty in Tallinn

    "Estonia fans in good voice after that encouraging opening moment. All in their seats now although some were having trouble tearing themselves away from a sub-titled episode of "Downton Abbey" that was on television in one of the rooms backstage here at the stadium."

  104. Post update

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    Calum Chambers didn't have the best of nights on Thursday but this is a promising start. The Arsenal defender whips in a lovely early cross, Danny Welbeck ghosts ahead of his marker to meet it but then forgets to make contact with the ball.

    England have a corner though and Leighton Baines delivers - but it's well seen out at the back post.

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    With the talk of England going back on tour away from Wembley in 2018, perhaps they could relocate to Tallinn on a permanent basis?

    It's a cracking atmosphere, and I'm sure the fans would be up for it. Everyone appears to be having a whale of a time. On the pitch, Calum Chambers gets forward for the first time but the ball slips out of play.

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    Terry Butcher

    Former England captain on 5 live

    "Estonia's early corner had my heart in my mouth. England haven't got a good record when it comes to conceding goals from set-pieces."

  107. CLOSE!

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    Chance inside 40 seconds! Fabian Delph is levered off the ball in midfield, Estonia break with pace and purpose and Blackpool midfielder Sergei Zenjov sees his shot deflected into the side-netting. From the corner Henri Anier blasts over the top.

  108. KICK-OFF

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    Game on at Le Coq Arena. For those of you reading in black and white, England are in red shirts, white shorts and red socks. And multi-coloured silly boots.

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    Not to be outdone though, a tattooed gentleman leads the home fans through a stirring rendition of 'Mu isamaa, mu õnn ja rõõm.'

    That's "My Fatherland, My Happiness and Joy" as you well know. Favourite lyric?

    "You have given me birth And raised me up; I shall thank you always."

    Very polite stuff.

    EURO 2016 Qualifier match between Estonia and England
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    Great anthem singing from the away fans in Tallinn, they are all in stag do voice for sure. That was as good a reception as an England side has received in a long, long time.

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    Eleven thousand fans are packed into the Le Coq Arena, it's a decent atmosphere as Joe Hart stirs up the troops in the tunnel.

    "We're going to get some chances, let's take them lads!" he says. Or words to that effect anyway.

    Here we go...

    England fans
  112. Text us on 81111

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    Dan in Kent: Really like the look of the England midfield. It's not supremely gifted or inspiring, but I think it will be balanced and I expect full-backs and Adam Lallana to benefit massively.

    Rici from Exeter: Why isn't Andros Townsend starting? Clearly he injects pace into the side when he is on the pitch and is a threatening outlet. Baffling!

    Jack: It's great to see Fabian Delph being given a chance in the England team. I Hope his Villa team-mate Ashley Westwood will be joining him soon.

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    Roy Hodgson

    England manager Roy Hodgson: "We trained yesterday and Raheem Sterling was complaining about feeling tired so there's no point risking him. It was a simple decision to rest him for this game and use him as a substitute.

    "Adam Lallana interprets the role very well. He can score goals. We can't allow them time to settle."

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    Estonia have a familiar face to some in their side tonight, as Blackpool midfielder Sergei Zenjov wins his 37th cap.

    Zenjov was one of the first signings made by the Seasiders during the summer but has yet to score for the club.

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    Jermaine Jenas was - I think - the first goalscorer of the Fabio Capello regime. There are 11 members of the current squad aged 25 or under. Not quite a golden generation, but maybe a copper one.

    We are 15 minutes away from kick-off in Tallinn.

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    Jermaine Jenas

    Former England midfielder on 5 live

    "It's tough to be a new player coming into the England setup. You're constantly trying to impress, and out on the pitch you sometimes have a slightly selfish attitude, wanting to make an impact on the game to make a good impression on your team-mates, the manager and the general public.

    "But look at a team like Germany and their integration of new, young players. They don't chuck in a lad where he's slightly unsure of his role within the team."

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    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer Phil McNulty in Tallinn

    "England's players are out warming up as the loud Euro rock that has blared away for the last 90 minutes continues to reverberate around La Coq Arena. It promises to be an atmospheric night with small but steep stands very close to the pitch. In fact so close there is every chance some noisy Estonia fans will be right in England manager Roy Hodgson's ear in his covered dug-out.

    "The visiting fans were travelling out of London's Heathrow Airport in big numbers very early yesterday to join the Tallinn experience - and England will be very well backed in here tonight."

  118. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

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    You're suggesting players who you think will one day play for England...

    Al: Alex Pritchard, Harry Kane and Eric Dier...

    Nick Moreland: James Ward-Prowse will be an England player in a couple of years for sure, maybe even less than that.

    Jason Lincoln: Patrick Roberts. Star of the U17 Euro win in the summer and making an impression off the Fulham bench.

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    Raheem Sterling's omission is an interesting talking point in Tallinn, but BBC Radio 5 live's chief football correspondent John Murray says that Sterling himself had suggested that he is not at 100% after recent games with club and country.

    Sterling's loss is a chance for Adam Lallana though.

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    Graham Taylor

    Former England manager on 5 live

    "I think the whole England setup has been rejuvenated by the inclusion of all these young players. Roy Hodgson took that on board after the World Cup. It's given everyone a lift, with someone like Wayne Rooney now one of the older players.

    "I think he's coming along fine as a captain, and it's understandable that some of the young boys coming in see him as some kind of father figure. But we must remember, he's only 28 years old!"

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    Just half an hour to go until kick-off in Tallinn, where darkness is already sweeping across the stadium. Fabian Delph looks busy in the warm-up - will he come out like a bull at a gate again as he did in his first start in Switzerland?

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    Former Republic of Ireland international Mark Lawrenson on 5 live

    "Teams like San Marino and Gibraltar should be put in a pre-qualification qualification group where they have got the chance of winning games. Would you want to play in that team which every time you go out you're trying to keep the score down?

    "You would want to play in a group with Andorra and Liechtenstein where you have got half a chance of winning."

  123. Where are we?

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    England flags in Tallinn

    Estonia is the most northerly of the three Baltic states, and has linguistic ties with Finland.

    Since regaining its independence with the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, Estonia has become one of the most economically successful of the European Union's newer eastern European members.

    Ruled at various times during the middle ages by Denmark, the German knights of the Livonian Order, and Sweden, Estonia ended up part of the Russian Empire in the 18th century.

    It experienced its first period of independence in 1918, following the end of the First World War and the collapse of the Russian Empire.

    The country has unique musical and dance traditions, including a long tradition of choral singing. Look forward to hearing the anthem later...

    Read more from the BBC's guide to Estonia here.

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    BBC Radio 5 live

    Build-up to the game in Tallinn is already under way on BBC Radio 5 live. Expert analysis comes in the form of two former England internationals - tough-tackling defensive midfielder Jermaine Jenas and ex-England captain Terry Butcher.

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    Tottenham's Harry Kane sees to have been around for years already, but he's only 21.

    Is he going to be what those in the game call a top, top player?

  126. Get involved on Facebook

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    Harry Kane

    You've been suggesting players who could form part of future England XIs...

    Paul Canty: Harry Kane!

    Michael Durno: Lewis Cook at Leeds plays for the under 18s England side and won the under 17s European Championships.

    Chris Brown: Connor Wickham. Duncan Watmore looks good as well.

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    Former England winger Trevor Sinclair insists Thursday's comfortable 5-0 win against San Marino was not a pointless exercise.

    "They scored five goals, didn't concede, won the game and got no injuries - so that's a good night's work for England. They could have won 10-0," he told 5 live Sport on Friday.

    "Some of the players would have learned something from playing against that kind of opposition. Moving the ball quicker, not to try certain things against better opposition and to get yourself up mentally for an international game."

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    Steve Bruce for England - you heard it here first.

    Brucey never got a cap as a player of course. Tops the list of 'best players never to play for England' whenever your local pub bore brings it up.

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    Former Republic of Ireland international Mark Lawrenson on 5 live

    "England need to get to the tournament and get their players, who are very good and some even world class, to play at that level and even above that. That was one of the lessons from the World Cup.

    "When it comes to the big games, whether it's Italy or Uruguay, England let themselves down. I think a lot of that is to do with the manager.

    "I think Steve Bruce could manage England and he would do a better job. He gets into the players and gets players to play above themselves. I don't think Roy Hodgson can get players to do that. He's a very good coach but he's not someone who will get into one or two of them."

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    David James

    England are unbeaten in 10 qualifiers away from home, last losing to Ukraine in October 2009. David James was an early substitute in that one, coming on after Rob Green saw red after only 13 minutes for fouling Artem Milevskiy as the striker cashed in on Rio Ferdinand's mistake.

    Andriy Shevchenko sent substitute James the wrong way from the spot but struck the post.

    Sergiy Nazarenko's deflected shot after 29 minutes secured a crucial win for Ukraine, with Wayne Rooney coming close for England in the dying seconds.

    Five years without defeat on the road -and with Switzerland already navigated it could be a few more for England...

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    Jermaine Jenas

    Former England midfielder on 5 live

    "Raheem Sterling has been taken out today, but England have the luxury of being able to bring in Adam Lallana. You're never sure what he's going to do, and that's always exciting to watch. I don't know if England need a holding midfielder in games against these lesser teams, but I understand it's a system the players need to play in and get used to."

  132. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

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    Dan Brimson: So glad to see that Delph is back in the England team. With Lallana finding form he is a great replacement for Sterling, too.

    Adam Vaughan: Can't understand Sterling being rested. Even if we beat Estonia without him, it is great experience for our best young player.

    Patrick Zagar: What are the odds on Lallana getting injured? Liverpool are getting shafted...

  133. Last time we met

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    Peter Crouch

    This is the third occasion that England have met Estonia, and so far it's two 3-0 wins on the board for the Three Lions.

    David Beckham was the star of the show when the sides first met in Tallinn in June 2007, setting up goals for Peter Crouch and Michael Owen after Joe Cole had put Steve McClaren's England in front.

    In the return game at Wembley Shaun Wright-Phillips and Wayne Rooney scored before Taavi Rähn's own goal. SWP for England? That seems a long time ago now.

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    Terry Butcher

    Former England captain on 5 live

    "The diamond has been working very, very well for Roy Hodgson. His players know their jobs and a lot of work will have been done on it on the training pitch. It's an exciting England selection - it's a breath of fresh air to see such competition in every department."

  135. Wayne's World

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    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer Phil McNulty in Tallinn

    "Jack Wilshere has revealed Wayne Rooney has become 'the dad figure' in England's squad since being appointed captain following the retirement of Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard.

    "Rooney will win his 99th cap against Estonia in Tallinn as England go for a third successive Euro 2016 qualifying win, and he now stands just seven goals short of Sir Bobby Charlton's national record tally of 49.

    "And Arsenal midfielder Wilshere, 22, has outlined the influence Manchester United's captain has had since becoming the senior member of manager Roy Hodgson's squad.

    "He's the only one now who has been playing for England for 10 years," said Wilshere. "He's been through that generation with the likes of Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard. He really feels like he's the dad figure if you like. He puts his arm around us, brings us together, gets us going."

    Read more from Phil here.

  136. LINE-UPS

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    Estonia: Pareiko, Jaager, Morozov, Klavan, Pikk, Mets, Antonov, Vunk, Vassiljev, Zenjov, Anier. Subs: Aksalu, Lindpere, Barengrub, Kruglov, Dmitrijev, Saag, Hunt, Ojamaa, Kams, Artjunin, Teniste, Londak.

    England: Hart, Chambers, Cahill, Jagielka, Baines, Henderson, Wilshere, Delph, Lallana, Welbeck, Rooney. Subs: Foster, Clyne, Gibbs, Shelvey, Milner, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Townsend, Sterling, Lambert, Forster.

    Referee: Marijo Strahonja (Croatia)

  137. Elsewhere around Europe

    In this new, split-up Uefa system there are just three other games kicking off at 17:00 BST this afternoon.

    In Group G, leaders Russia host Moldova while Austria take on Montenegro.

    And in Group C, Ukraine face Macedonia. Both sides have three points from two games so far.

    Catch up on all the fixtures here.

  138. WSL Drama

    Been out for the day? In-laws and the garden centre? You've missed a cracking end to the Women's Super League season.

    Start-of-day leaders Chelsea blew their chance to lift the title, along with Birmingham, who began in second.

    Third-placed Liverpool came up on the outside with a 3-0 win against Bristol Academy. They would have been denied by one goal for Chelsea, who lost 2-1 to Manchester City, or Birmingham, who drew 2-2 with Notts County.

    They never came and the Reds retained their crown. Amazing stuff.

  139. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Young Guns

    "I've got many years ahead of me. It's great to have younger players in the team, but I don't think I need revitalising. I don't need younger players to lift me to play for England."

    Patrick Roberts

    The words of England captain Wayne Rooney this week. But as we look ahead to the Euros in 2016 and the World Cup in Russia beyond that, which young players will make the breakthrough over the next few years?

    Does your club have a star coming through the ranks? Will the youngest English talent get a chance at the top clubs? Let us know.

    Get in touch at #bbcfootball, pop on to the BBC Sport Facebook page or BBC Sport's Google+ area.

    You can also text us on 81111 in the UK only - don't forget to say who you are and where you are texting from.

  140. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer Phil McNulty in Tallinn

    "Press seats quite close to England manager Roy Hodgson tonight."

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    On Thursday evening England recorded a routine 5-0 win against San Marino that leaves Roy Hodgson's side sitting pretty at the top of Group E.

    They are ahead of Lithuania on goal difference, with Estonia in third place on three points from two games. Hodgson has already targeted 10 wins from 10 games...

  142. Sterling out

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    Roy Hodgson

    Was this the moment that Roy Hodgson told Raheem Sterling that he wouldn't be playing today? The England boss took the Liverpool wunderkind to one side on Saturday night as the players checked out the surface in Tallinn.

    Given the opposition, the state of the group and the quality of his replacement in Adam Lallana, I wouldn't say it was a big call by Roy - but it could easily turn into one if things go bad...

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    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer Phil McNulty in Tallinn

    "England manager Roy Hodgson devoted some time to talking to Liverpool's Raheem Sterling as he and his squad had a brief walkabout on the playing surface at Tallinn's Le Coq Arena on Saturday night.

    "As his team selection was revealed, you now suspect the chat might have been about why Sterling has been rested for this Euro 2016 qualifier here in Estonia. It would be stretching the point to suggest Hodgson has taken a major gamble by leaving Sterling out but it still comes as something of a surprise.

    "Cold night here in Tallinn and Sterling's Liverpool team-mate Adam Lallana has been rewarded for a fine 45-minute display in the 5-0 win against San Marino with a starting place as England attempt to make it three straight wins at the start of their qualifying campaign."

  144. Team News

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    England make three changes from the side which beat San Marino 5-0, as Raheem Sterling is rested. Adam Lallana takes his place, and Fabian Delph also gets a start in midfield.

    England: Hart; Chambers, Cahill, Jagielka, Baines; Henderson, Wilshere, Delph, Lallana; Welbeck, Rooney.

  145. Lions on tour

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    Tallinn

    Tere tulemast! Or, welcome to Tallinn!

    For the best part of 20 years hordes of Englishmen have been heading to the Estonian capital for stag dos, no doubt making a show of themselves and leaving the beautiful old town rather worse for wear.

    Beers

    Well this evening it's time for another party of 20 or so young men from England to put on a show on the Baltic coast. Roy Hodgson is in the role of best man, chaperoning his testosterone-charged group from the hostel (possibly hotel) to their first port of call.

    Stag do names

    Like any good stag do it's all kicking off too early in the afternoon. We can expect plenty of shots, some ill-advised decisions, names on the back of shirts and some generally poor behaviour all round.

    England need to get a result and get home before heading back to work in the morning. All aboard...