Scotland lose by nine wickets in second Sri Lanka match

Craig Wallace and Alasdair Evans put on a 46-run partnership for the eighth wicket
Craig Wallace and Alasdair Evans put on a 46-run partnership as Scotland faltered with the bat
50-over warm-up match, Beckenham:
Scotland 166 (42.1 overs): Wallace 46, Cross 27; Sandakan 4-39
Sri Lanka 170 (22.5 overs): Mendis 74 not out, Tharanga 53 not out
Sri Lanka won by nine wickets
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Scotland suffered a nine-wicket hammering in the second of two warm-up games for Sri Lanka in Kent on Tuesday.

Having won the first match in Beckenham by seven wickets, the Scots were all out for 166 in the 43rd over.

Sri Lanka wasted no time chasing down the runs, reaching 170 in the 23rd over, with Kusal Mendis 74 not out and Upal Tharanga 53 not out.

Craig Wallace top scored for Scotland with 46, with Lakshan Sandakan taking 4-39.

The series was not given full one-day international status, with Sri Lanka preparing for for the ICC Champions Trophy, taking place in England and Wales from 1-18 June.

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