After yesterday's rain-affected first ODI, the organisers displayed rather unusual foresight in moving Friday's second ODI to today to avoid the heavy rain forecast for that day. This enabled a full 50 over match to take place today in Rotterdam.

As with yesterday, Dutch captain Pieter Seelaar won the toss and chose to have his team bat first. With yesterday's top scorer Max O'Dowd out for just eight today - he was the first of two wickets in two balls for Alasdair Evans - it was left to opening partner Stephan Myburgh to take control in the early going, scoring 40 out of 67 before he was the third man out in the 22nd over.

Wicket-keeper Scott Edwards then held up one end with none of his partners able to stay with him for any significant duration. Edwards scored 56 from 67 balls before he was the last man out, the fifth wicket for Evans, his first five wicket haul in ODIs.

Scotland's reply started with a 34 run opening partnership between Kyle Coetzer and Matthew Cross before they lost three wickets for no runs in 11 balls, with Vivian Kingma dismissing Cross and Calum MacLeod and Paul van Meekeren dismissing Coetzer.

After ODI debutant Philippe Boissevan bowled Richie Berrington, George Munsey and Dylan Budge won the game for the visitors with an unbroken 106 fifth wicket partnership, securing a six wicket win. Munsey top scored with 79 whilst Budge contributed 40.

After an almost 18 month absence from international cricket, Scotland will probably be the most pleased with a drawn series, even if it was against a weakened Dutch side. The Netherlands will have found it useful preparation ahead of their ODI Super League series against Ireland in a fortnight's time.

Scotland's next scheduled matches are in July when they are currently scheduled to host Namibia and Nepal in a CWC League 2 tri-series. However with those two countries currently on the UK's red-list for travel restrictions that series remains up in the air.