Rain continues to be Scotland's toughest opponent on the international circuit in 2024 after the seventh game across men's and women's internationals in the last three months was abandoned today before Scotland got a chance to defend their total.

Rain after the toss had already delayed the start of the match, though no overs were lost at this stage. Scotland scored 49 without losing a wicket in the powerplay against England, then rain drove the players from the field after two balls of the seventh over, causing a lengthy delay.

When play finally resumed, the game had been reduced to a ten over contest. George Munsey and Michael Jones remained unbeaten, finishing on 41 and 45 respectively as they set a total of 90.

DLS set England a target of 109, but another band of rain came in and caused the final abandonment of the game. Scotland had been rained off again, and England still haven't beaten another European nation in a T20I. The only other European side to have zero wins against European sides? Slovenia.