Notwithstanding Russia and Estonia are neighbouring countries, there are no precedents between the two at club slevel since Estonia regained independence in 1991 detaching itself from former USSR-Russia.
FC Krasnodar will be the first opponent ever from Russian top-flight.
At national team level there are five precedents dating back from 2002 famous 2-1 victory in Tallinn (brace scored by legendary Andres Oper, recently retired) in a friendly game.
After that, Estonia has never managed to beat Russia again losing 3 times and equalizing once (1-1) thanks to a goal by Sergei Terehhov, now Nõmme Kalju’s sport director and back then developing his career in Russia at Shinnik Yaroslavl. It was a World Cup 2016 qualifier.
EST 0 win
RUS 0 win