It’s a huge, winner takes all, promotion decider in Tallinn.
When these two teams met back in June, Henri Anier’s 94th minute winner saw Estonia leave Ta’ Qali 2-1 winners.
Largely thanks to this, the Blueshirts currently occupy top spot in Group D2, but only just.
Their only other outing resulted in a 2-0 home victory over San Marino; Robert Kirss and Joonas Tamm on target.
Back in March, Thomas Häberli’s team were beaten by Cyprus in the relegation play-outs, thereby dropping down in the Nations League’s bottom-tier.
Now though, if Estonia win a third successive competitive game for the first time since 2011, they’ll secure immediate promotion.
Due to their superior head-to-head record, even a point would actually complete the job.
Thus, this game is simply must win for Malta, who will be promoted if they’re victorious by a two-goal margin.
Aside from that defeat in the reverse fixture, Devis Mangia’s team have beaten San Marino both home and away.
Jan Busuttil and Matthew Guillaumier on target in Serravalle, before Zach Muscat was the only scorer at Grawnd Nazzjonali.
The Reds defeated both Andorra and Latvia during the last edition of the Nations League, but have remained rooted in League D since the competition’s inception.
However, if they could record a famous victory by two clear goals here, it would be a night of celebration for Malta.
Who will claim an historic victory at A. Le Coq Arena?