Player of the Match
Player of the Match

Well that's it Australia have won by 189 runs. Hopefully both teams can take something from this game as Australia warm-up for the ODI and T20 series with England and Scotland look to further their development as a cricketing nation.

It was a convincing win in the end for Australia but Scotland can go home with their heads held high. Hussey was impressive with the bat scoring 111 and he was backed up by Voges with 72 and Watson with 68. Goudie was the stand-out bowler for Scotland with 5-73.

With a mammoth target of 346 Scotland were never going to win but they came out trying with Hamilton and Watts hitting out at the start but only Hamilton made a mark with 38 off 50 balls. Watts and McCallum both scored 24 and Berrington scored 25 but nobody carried on to create a score. It was a good showcase for Scottish cricket and credit to the groundstaff here at Grange for getting a quality wicket and outfield despite the heavy rain.

Well that's it for today and thanks for joining me Callum Stewart for our ball-by-ball coverage from Edinburgh. That's it for cricket in Scotland this season but we have the T20 and ODI series between England and Australia to look forward to.

Keep an eye out for the bulletin by Peter English but for now it's goodbye from us at Cricinfo and thanks for tuning in.

Man of the Match - David Hussey

39.3
W
White to Goudie, OUT, goes for the sweep shot and misses as White knocks over middle stump

G Goudie b White 3 (11m 7b 0x4 0x6) SR: 42.85

39.2
0
White to Goudie, no run, drives to mid-on
39.1
0
White to Goudie, no run, blocked in to the covers

END OF OVER:
39 | 3 Runs 1 Wkt | SCOT: 156/9 (190 runs required from 10.3 overs, RR: 4.00, RRR: 17.27)

  • Dewald Nel0 (2b)
  • Gordon Goudie3 (4b)
  • Shane Watson6-0-29-3
38.6
0
Watson to Nel, no run, back to the bowler
38.5
0
Watson to Nel, no run, hit to midwicket
38.4
W
Watson to Drummond, OUT, Drummond goes for the drive and White holds on to it this time at first slip as the ball flies off the outside edge

GD Drummond c White b Watson 12 (42m 35b 2x4 0x6) SR: 34.28

38.3
3
Watson to Goudie, 3 runs, lovely shot through the covers and good running for the third
38.2
0
Watson to Goudie, no run, swing and a miss outside off-stump
38.1
0
Watson to Goudie, no run, blocked down the track

END OF OVER:
38 | (maiden) | SCOT: 153/8 (193 runs required from 10.3 overs, RR: 4.02, RRR: 16.08)

  • Gordon Drummond12 (34b)
  • Gordon Goudie0 (1b)
  • Dirk Nannes7-1-20-1
37.6
0
Nannes to Drummond, no run, dropped! Again! Drummond goes for the big shot and gets an outside edge that travels to White at first slip at a decent height but he puts down the chance
37.5
0
Nannes to Drummond, no run, left alone this time
37.4
0
Nannes to Drummond, no run, blocked in to the covers
37.3
0
Nannes to Drummond, no run, blocked down the track
37.2
0
Nannes to Drummond, no run, cut away to point
37.1
0
Nannes to Drummond, no run, big swing and a miss outside off

END OF OVER:
37 | 1 Run 1 Wkt | SCOT: 153/8 (193 runs required from 10.3 overs, RR: 4.13, RRR: 14.84)

  • Gordon Goudie0 (1b)
  • Gordon Drummond12 (28b)
  • Shane Watson5-0-26-2
36.6
0
Watson to Goudie, no run, blocked back to the bowler
36.5
W
Watson to Petrie, OUT, what a catch! Petrie can do nothing about that as he thunders a drive on the up through the covers and Lee flies through the air to grab the catch up high to his left

MJ Petrie c Lee b Watson 0 (9m 6b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

36.4
0
Watson to Petrie, no run, flashes at the cut shot but he doesn't make contact
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Scotland 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st51GM HamiltonDF Watts
2nd17GM HamiltonRR Watson
3rd14GM HamiltonMQ Sheikh
4th0GM HamiltonRD Berrington
5th48NFI McCallumRD Berrington
6th3NFI McCallumRM Haq
7th18RM HaqGD Drummond
8th2GD DrummondMJ Petrie
9th3G GoudieGD Drummond
10th0G GoudieJD Nel