Estonia played Wales within World Cup Europe, Qualification, Group E on October 11. The match kicked off 18:45 UTC. Wales won 0-1.
Kieffer Moore scored the first and only goal on the 12th minute of the game.
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Estonia kicked off the game with Karl Hein, Artur Pikk who got substituted by Vlasiy Sinyavskiy on the 57th minute, Maksim Paskotsi, Joonas Tamm, Marten Kuusk, Taijo Teniste who got substituted by Henrik Ojamaa on the 75th minute, Mattias Kait who got substituted by Ken Kallaste on the 82nd minute, Karol Mets, Markus Poom, Erik Sorga who got substituted by Robert Kirss on the 82nd minute and Sergei Zenjov who got substituted by Bogdan Vastsuk on the 82nd minute as starters, with Matvei Igonen, Ken Kallaste, Robert Kirss, Marco Lukka, Henrik Ojamaa, Henrik Purg, Vlasiy Sinyavskiy, Karl Andre Vallner and Bogdan Vastsuk on the bench.
Wales's starting eleven were Danny Ward, Sorba Thomas, Joe Rodon, Christopher Mepham, Connor Roberts who got substituted by Chris Gunter on the 83rd minute, Ethan Ampadu, Aaron Ramsey who got substituted by Joe Morrell on the 80th minute, Joe Allen, Harry Wilson who got substituted by Brennan Johnson on the 83rd minute, Kieffer Moore who got substituted by Mark Harris on the 71st minute and Daniel James, with Ben Cabango, Adam Davies, Chris Gunter, Mark Harris, Wayne Hennessey, Brennan Johnson, James Lawrence, Joe Morrell, Tyler Roberts, Will Vaulks, Neco Williams and Jonathan Williams on the bench.
Referee showed the yellow card 7 times throughout the game. Artur Pikk, Mattias Kait, Harry Wilson, Sorba Thomas, Marten Kuusk, Kieffer Moore and Joe Allen were the ones to receive it.
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Estonia and Wales have met once since September 2021. That match ended in a draw. The most recent match between them took place on September 8, 2021 within World Cup Europe, Qualification, Group E which ended in a draw - 0-0. Estonia have scored 0 goals in these 1 head-to-head match in total and Wales have also scored 0. So, overall, Estonia and Wales have almost identical head-to-head record against each other in their recent history.
Estonia have won 1 of their 8 matches in Europe, Qualification, Group E, drawing 1 and having 6 defeats this season. They have scored 9 goals - 1.13 per match, conceding 21 - 2.63 per match. Wales have won 4 of their 8 matches in Europe, Qualification, Group E, drawing 3 and having 1 defeat this season. They have scored 14 goals - 1.75 per match, conceding 9 - 1.13 per match.
Estonia have won Belarus in their previous match while Wales are on a drawing streak - they have played a draw with Czech Republic and Estonia in their previous 2 matches. Overall, Estonia have won 4 of their last 20 matches, losing 12 and drawing 4, while Wales have won 8 of their last 20 matches, losing 5 and drawing 7. In their most recent 6 matches Estonia have won 3 times (2-0 against Belarus on 8th of October, 2-1 against Latvia on 10th of June and 0-1 against Finland on 4th of June), lost twice (0-1 against Northern Ireland on 5th of September and 2-5 against Belgium on 2nd of September) and drew once (0-0 against Wales on 8th of September). In their most recent 6 matches Wales have won once (2-3 against Belarus on 5th of September), lost twice (0-4 against Denmark on 26th of June and 1-0 against Italy on 20th of June) and drew 3 times (2-2 against Czech Republic on 8th of October, 0-0 against Estonia on 8th of September and 0-0 against Finland on 1st of September).
As always, World cup Europe, Qualification, Group E's live standings are availble and updated in real time. Estonia are 4th in the table with 4 points after 8 matches, while Wales are 2nd with 15 points in 8 matches.
We are adding goal videos and full video highlights of the match between Estonia and Wales in real time. You can watch the goal by Kieffer Moore as the videos of the goals are added usually minutes after the actual event if there are any official videos available. Full video highlights of Estonia - Wales are being added as they become available on the official social media channels of the league or the teams.