Richie Berrington scored a career-best 127 as Scotland beat the United Arab Emirates by 111 in a World Cup qualifier in Zimbabwe for their second consecutive victory.
Burlington hit his first hundred in over a year to help his side go from 48 for 4 to 8 for 282, with Safiaan Sharif taking four wickets later , the UAE came out with 171 runs in 35.3 overs.
Scotland beat Ireland with a dramatic last-ball finish on Wednesday, after Junaid Siddique fired openers Chris McBride (5) and Matthew Cross (13) , while Brendan McMullen (4) beat Ireland by three for 25 in the ninth round. Also cheaper.
Tom Mackintosh fired 11 of 14 balls quickly before being caught and bowled by Zahoor Khan before Burlington dribbled on all-rounder Michael Leask. ) and Chris Greaves (22) assisted Scotland with 41 points again.
Mark Watt was unbeaten at 44 from 31 bowls and he and Berrington hit 110 in 11 rounds before the Scotland captain ran out of bowls in the final innings .
Burlington hit 127 off 136 balls with nine fours and three sixes, while Siddiq hit 49 off 10 balls with three strikes.
UAE opener Muhammad Waseem had a 36 but lacked support as Chris Sole scored twice in the fifth to eliminate Aryansh Sharma (eight) and Vriitya Aravind, got the Golden Duck.
Sharif took the last three wickets of the Emirates innings to avoid any potential chase and finished with 4 for 20 in 6.3 overs, while Karthik Meiyappan was in 23 Not out.
Scotland next face Oman and Sri Lanka in the rest of Group B as they look to progress to the top six.
Wanindu Hasaranga doubles for in-form Sri Lanka against Oman
Wanindu Hasaranga scored a two-wicket victory in Sri Lanka’s second match against Oman.
The spin-legged player took six wickets in his debut win over the United Arab Emirates and repeated the victory with five for 13 in ten wickets against Oman.
Sri Lanka secured their second successive landslide victory, effectively clinching a spot in the Super Six.
Hasaranga was once again the star of the show as he took five wickets for the second time in an ODI and was second in the tally for Oman with just 98 runs.
Sri Lanka needed just 15 rounds to equal that total, with Dimuth Karunaratne (61 rounds not out) leading them home in style.
Lahiru Kumara (3/22) made headway for Sri Lanka, who opted to serve first and eliminated Kashyap Prajapati in the second round.
He added captains Zeeshan Maqsood and Mohammad Nadeem, Kasun Rajitha sacked Aqib Ilyas, and Oman’s four-man record dropped to 20 points.
The 52-run duel between Jatinder Singh (21) and Ayaan Khan (41) hinted at their recovery before Hasaranga joined the fray.
His triple-wicket maiden shattered the heart of Oman’s midfield and got them into dire trouble 72-7.
Hasaranga eventually got rid of Ayaan, before trapping Bilal Khan’s leg to end the round.
Sri Lanka showed their intent from the first ball in the chase, with Pathum Nissanka (39 not out) cutting Bilal for four high runs.
The duo never really looked in trouble, pairing up for 50 in the seventh with Karunaratne on a fifth-inning boundary.
Just before he turned half-centenary, he got a respite and conceded the ball at Sawayama’s bowling, which Karunaratna finished with grace, shoveling the ball into the thin leg to finish the Contest.
Sri Lanka has won two consecutive victories and will next play against Ireland and Scotland. Oman may have tasted defeat for the first time, but they can still advance to the Super Six with a win over Scotland in their next game.