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.
Afghanistan secured a 27-run win - and one-nil lead in their two-match series against Scotland - in Sunday's first Twenty20 International at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium.
Scotland and Pakistan will clash for two ODIs ahead of the Champions Trophy in England later this year. Both matches, scheduled for 17 and 19 May, will be played at the Citylets Grange in Edinburgh.
Scotland are up and running in the 2011 Clydesdale Bank 40 after a narrow 12-run win over Northamptonshire in Edinburgh.