Hosts Singapore made it two wins out of three after their 48 run win over fellow Asian side Malaysia.
Chris Janik (49) and Rezza Gaznavi (44) set up the win with their fourth wicket partnership of 76 which formed the basis of Singapore's total of 208 for 9 in their 50 overs.
Janik hit 7 fours in his 49 from 64 balls, while Gaznavi managed three fours and a six in his 44 from 69 deliveries.
South African born opener Andre De Lange had got the Singapore innings off to a steady start with 29 from 56 balls.
Best with the ball for Malaysia were Hassan Ghulam (3-39), while there were two wicket apieces for Khizar Hayat (2-32) and Shahrulnizam Yusof (2-55).
Malaysia's reply was dominated by two players - opener Nasir Shafiq top scored with 69 from 122 balls (7 fours, 1 six), while number 8 Suharril Fetri was unbeaten on 43 as they finished all out for 160.
Singapore used 8 bowlers and it was the last of these, Abhiraj Singh (3-25) who proved the most successful.
Singapore face Oman tomorrow as they look favourites to gain promotion after their opening day reverse.