SCOTLAND are to face Estonia at Pittodrie in a friendly in February as part of their preparation for the second half of their 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign, writes COLLEEN STRACHAN.
The national side’s last game at Aberdeen’s home ground was back in November 2010 when the Dark Blues defeated Faroe Islands 3-0.
The first few months of next year will be busy for Craig Levein’s side. Following the match against Estonia, Scotland resume their World Cup qualifying campaign in March against Wales at Hampden before facing Serbia and Croatia away from home in June.
Next up is the mouth-watering clash against England at Wembley in August, before the final qualifiers away to Macedonia and then at home to Croatia in September and October respectively
Meanwhile, the Belgian FA have confirmed the venue for their qualifier at home to Levein’s team in two months’ time.
The match will kick-off at 8.45pm Belgian time in the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels on Tuesday, October 16.