Australia vs. Scotland Cricket 2013: Live Scorecard and Team News from Edinburgh
The Australian cricket team's tour of Britain continues on Tuesday with a 50-over encounter against Scotland in Edinburgh ahead of a One-Day International series with England
The match can be followed live on ESPNCricInfo, with Scotland having won the toss and elected to field first.
Scotland captain Preston Mommsen won the toss and sent Australia in to bat in the ODI at The Grange Cricket Club in Edinburgh #cricket— news.com.au (@newscomauHQ) September 3, 2013
Australia made three changes from the side that took on England in two Twenty20 internationals last week, including the omission of David Warner who was excluded from the squad for the coming series.
Also missing out are Glenn Maxwell and Nathan Coulter-Nile, with Clink McKay and Adam Voges coming in for the duo.
Captain Michael Clarke returns in place of Warner, with Shane Watson moving up to open the batting for the Baggy Greens.
Phil Hughes and Josh Hazlewood are the other members of the touring party to miss out.
Preston Mommsen stands in as skipper for Scotland in the absence of Kyle Coetzer, while young batsman Hamish Gardiner makes his debut against the country of his birth.
Result: Australia 362-3 (50.0 overs) beat Scotland 162 all out (43.5 overs) by 200 runs
Both Shaun Marsh and Aaron Finch hit centuries for Australia as they cantered to a comfortable victory at The Grange club on Tuesday.
Coming up against a predominantly amateur Scotland side, the Australian batsmen ran riot to post an enormous total in the early afternoon.
Scotland's reply was never expected to challenge the tourists' total, but with left-arm paceman Mitchell Johnson taking figures of 4/36, the Scottish upper order fell in quick succession.
Matt Machan, Calum MacLeod and Majid Haq would all reach respectable scores for the hosts, but they were eventually bowled out for 162 with six overs to spare.
Full Team Lists
Scotland: Hamish Gardiner, Freddie Coleman, Matt Machan, Richie Berrington, Preston Mommsen (c), Calum MacLeod, Majid Haq, Gordon Drummond, David Murphy (wk), Gordon Goudie, Iain Wardlaw.
Australia: Shane Watson, Aaron Finch, Shaun Marsh, Michael Clarke (c), George Bailey, Adam Voges, Matthew Wade (wk), James Faulkner, Mitchell Johnson, Clint McKay, Fawad Ahmed.
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