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Summary

  1. Sophie Howard loops in header from corner after Khadija Shaw dispossessed her to level
  2. Caroline Weir curled in free-kick and Erin Cuthbert scudded in equaliser after Shaw opened scoring
  3. Record crowd of 18,555 watch Scotland's first game at Hampden in seven years
  4. Previous best was 4098
  5. Final warm-up game World Cup against 53rd best side in rankings
  6. GET INVOLVED #bbcsportscot

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

  1. Good night

    FT: Scotland 3-2 Jamaica

    Scotland get their first taste of World Cup action against England a week on Sunday.

    England are one of the favourites for the tournament and gave the Scots an absolute hammering at Euro 2017 but we won't dwell on that.

    After playing the third best side in the world, Shelley Kerr's side must take on the side ranked seventh, Japan, who lifted the trophy in 2011, before ending the group campaign against Argentina.

    The top two go through along with four of the six teams finishing third.

    It's a tall order but Scotland will travel to France with belief after that recent win over Brazil and a bumper crowd at Hampden tonight will lift spirits further.

    We'll have all of the action covered once the World Cup party gets started, so make sure you join us.

  2. Careless but confident - Corsie

    FT: Scotland 3-2 Jamaica

    Scotland captain Rachel Corsie admits there were defensive frailties but was looking more at the positives.

    "We are really pleased to get the win in the end," she tells BBC Sportsound. "We were a little careless and that's probably the reminder that we need.

    "But we got the win on a great occasion with tremendous support and they are a great encouragement for us and it was a great experience for everyone.

    "I think we probably created enough chances to score a few more goals, but it is a win at the end of the day and we can take the confidence into next week's game."

  3. Scotland's Heroes: The Road to France

    FT: Scotland 3-2 Jamaica

    You want more World Cup build up? We've got it...

    The documentary Scotland's Heroes: The Road to France will be broadcast on BBC Scotland at 20:00 BST on Friday, 31 May.

    Get your TV planner set or catch up with the iPlayer.

    The Scotland players applaud the fans who showed up to cheer them off to the World Cup
    Image caption: The Scotland players applaud the fans who showed up to cheer them off to the World Cup
  4. Where to play Cuthbert?

    FT: Scotland 3-2 Jamaica

    Julie Fleeting

    Former Scotland striker on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: I thought Scotland looked much better in the first half with Kim Little and Caroline Weir sitting and Erin Cuthbert pushing on in that middle three. Before tonight, I thought Erin was best up top but now I'm not so sure.
    Erin Cuthbert hammered in a wonderful goal for Scotland
    Image caption: Erin Cuthbert hammered in a wonderful goal for Scotland
  5. 'It will be tactically very different against England'

    FT: Scotland 3-2 Jamaica

    Steven Thompson

    Former Scotland striker on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: We will need to be so switched on against England and Japan because they have so much quality. Shelley will be dissecting those two sloppy goals and making sure there is no repeat. We shot ourselves in the foot with errors at the Euros and that can't happen again. I'm sure it will be tactically very different against England
  6. Room for improvement, says Kerr

    FT: Scotland 3-2 Jamaica

    Scotland head coach Shelley Kerr is thrilled by the "magnificent" crowd of 18,555 but she's not letting her guard down in terms of her team thoughts for the England game in Nice.

    Asked if the starting line-up tonight would be close to her first XI at the World Cup, she laughs and says: "I'm never going to reveal that in a million years.

    "The first 15 minutes, the players found it tough, maybe with the big crowd, the big arena. That's why we wanted to play on a stage like this.

    "Overall, we dominated but we need to eradicate the errors. That's going to be important against the bigger teams. There were a lot of good things in the game but a lot of things we need to improve on."

  7. 'Scots need to address errors'

    FT: Scotland 3-2 Jamaica

    Steven Thompson

    Former Scotland striker on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: The game should have been won by a far more comfortable margin. Two errors both resulted in goals for Jamaica and that will need to be addressed
  8. 'We could hear every one of them'

    FT: Scotland 3-2 Jamaica

    Player-of-the-match Erin Cuthbert can't hold back her emotions as she speaks to BBC Scotland at full-time about her incredible goal and the record-breaking crowd that watched it fly in to the back of the net.

    “I couldn't quite believe it myself," says the Chelsea midfielder. "I was speechless. You can hear the reception that we’ve got. It’s incredible. It has been an incredible World Cup campaign and to top it off with a send-off like this with a record crowd at Hampden Park. We could hear every one of them.”

  9. FULL-TIME Scotland 3-2 Jamaica

    A good work-out for the Scots, who leave Hampden with that winning feeling before they get down to business at the World Cup.

    Sophie Howard headed in the winning goal for Scotland
    Image caption: Sophie Howard headed in the winning goal for Scotland at Hampden
  10. Post update

    Scotland 3-2 Jamaica

    Into stoppage time now. Is there still time for some late drama?

  11. Post update

    Scotland 3-2 Jamaica

    Scotland head coach Shelley Kerr is still pacing up and down in the technical area. What will she be thinking ahead of the World Cup opener on 9 June? Lots of positive attacking play, two fantastic goals, but room for improvement at the back.

  12. Post update

    Scotland 3-2 Jamaica

    Lana Clelland strays offside twice in quick succession. The Fiorentina striker is maybe too anxious to make an impression as the minutes tick down.

  13. Post update

    Scotland 3-2 Jamaica

    Lee Alexander hasn't had much to do but the Scotland keeper shows good hands protecting her front post from a low shot by Kayla McCoy. The Jamaica sub has hurt herself in the process and is limping off.

    The visitors have used up their six replacements. Will they be allowed another one or do they need to close out this game with 10 players?

  14. Post update

    Scotland 3-2 Jamaica

    More subs on the way... Hayley Lauder and Lana Clelland are on for Erin Cuthbert and Nicola Docherty. A huge cheer for Cuthbert who scored that very special goal in the first half.

  15. Post update

    Scotland 3-2 Jamaica

    The crowd get excited as Erin Cuthbert jinks her way to the edge of the box but her shot is charged down.

  16. Post update

    Scotland 3-2 Jamaica

    A couple of neat one-twos between Lisa Evans and Kim Little and it looks like the target is opening up. Evans can't get a shot away though and prods it through to Lizzie Arnot, who can only scuff her effort straight at the keeper.

  17. Post update

    Scotland 3-2 Jamaica

    Lizzie Arnot races clear on the left but her cross is too deep and it's easily snaffled up by Nicole McClure.

  18. GOAL Scotland 3-2 Jamaica

    Sophie Howard

    Substitute defender Sophie Howard is left alone from a Caroline Weir corner and doesn't even have to jump as she arcs a header over replacement goalkeeper Nicole McClure.

    Shocking marking from the visitors, atonement for Howard after her blunder led to Jamaica's equaliser.

    The big crowd is being royally entertained and there could well be a few more goals to come.

  19. Post update

    Scotland 2-2 Jamaica

    Khadija Shaw is carried off after being caught on the shin by Scotland captain Rachel Corsie and it looks like the evening is over for the two-goal striker. No point taking any risks with such an important player.

  20. Schoolgirl Brown on for Jamaica

    Scotland 2-2 Jamaica

    The visitors made two changes at the interval and now they make another couple, including high school student Jody Brown. The 17-year-old is being tipped for a bright future after starring at the Gold Cup last year.