Only ODI, Glasgow, Aug 16 2007, India tour of Ireland, England and Scotland
(39.5/46 ov, target 209)212/3
India won by 7 wickets (with 37 balls remaining) (D/L method)
Player Of The Match
85* (115)

So few alarms for India in their run chase after a tough start against Blain and Hoffmann. Scotland fought hard all day, especially to recover from 49 for 4 but India had too much class. Gambhir, Uthappa and Yuvraj all spent useful time in the middle ahead of the one-day series and the Indian bowlers put miles in the legs.

India have one more game before the seven-match ODI series, they play the England Lions at Northampton on Saturday, before the first match against England next Tuesday at The Rose Bowl. For now that is all from Cricinfo, from Andrew McGlashan and Andrew Miller thanks for joining us and goodbye.

Blain to Dravid, FOUR runs

whipped down to fine leg and there's the win, a very comfortable seven wicket margin in the end

Blain to Dravid, no run

played down into the gully, Haq prevents the winning run

One to win, all the fielders come up to save the single

Blain to Gambhir, 1 run

dropped into the covers "get them in singles"

Blain to Gambhir, no run

on middle and played back to Blain

Blain to Dravid, 1 run

playing away from his body, just wide of backward point who makes a valiant dive as the ball goes to third man

end of over 398 runs
INDIA: 206/3CRR: 5.28 RRR: 0.42
Gautam Gambhir84 (113)
Rahul Dravid5 (5)
Dewald Nel 6-0-48-0
John Blain 8-2-35-1
Nel to Gambhir, no run

played to square leg, can't get the single so Dravid has a chance to finish the match

Nel to Dravid, 1 run

clipped out to square leg

Nel to Dravid, FOUR runs

picked off through the leg side by Dravid, classical, one shot away now

Nel to Dravid, no run

tucked away to the onside.

Nel to Gambhir, 3 runs

powerful straight drive, nearly took off Nel's kneecaps and he does well to jump away from it...self preservation over heroics on that occasion

Nel to Gambhir, no run

driven on the bounce to cover, the crowd think it's a catch

Dewald Nel is back