|Papua New Guinea 154-4 (20 overs): Vala 55; Tahir 2-35|
|Scotland 156-2 (17.5 overs): Munsey 50, Berrington 41 no; Soper 1-23|
|Scotland gained by eight wickets|
George Munsey supplied Scotland’s strong base for a second sport operating as his half century helped safe an eight-wicket win over Papua New Guinea.
It was Scotland’s third warm-up win in a row over the facet they’ll face on this month’s T20 World Cup group stage.
Opener Munsey continued the shape proven with 61 in Tuesday’s win over Eire.
Richie Berrington’s 41 not out and Calum MacLeod’s unbeaten 27 took them past the 154-5 goal set in Dubai with greater than two overs to spare.
Regardless of captain Assad Vala’s knock of 55 and Sese Bau’s 38 not out, Papua New Guinea have been unable to set a big sufficient goal.
Scotland secured a sixth win out of their newest seven warm-up video games – the opposite was drawn with Oman after a rain postponement – regardless of third man Oli Hairs having to retire injured after reaching 15.
The Scots are in Group B for the primary spherical of the T20 World Cup in Oman together with the hosts, Friday’s opponents and Bangladesh, with the highest two qualifying for the Tremendous 12 sequence finals.