While Scotland's did a good job to restrict Pakistan to a modest total on Friday, the superior-ranked side had no problem securing a 96-run win thanks to a powerful bowling attack and a half ton from skipper Misbah-ul-Haq.
Isolated ODIs between international big guns and associate small fries are not a common occurrence, but with the Champions Trophy looming, the deprived Scottish were happy to oblige the Pakistan Cricket Board.
All-rounder Shahid Afridi and batsman Younis Khan have retained their Pakistan Cricket Board contracts, despite being dropped from the ODI squad for next month's Champions Trophy in England.
Captain Misbah-ul-Haq is confident Pakistan will succeed without all-rounder Shahid Afridi, batsman Younis Khan and seamer Umar Gul at next month's Champions Trophy in England.
Pakistan will employ a vigilance and security officer to protect players from unsolicited approaches by the public and media during next month's Champions Trophy.
@SAman...briefly worried when we did not look like taking a 200 lead...but once over 170 and then 200 I was always confident of winning on that track and conditions. Very very hard for batsmen, ruined...Have Your Say