Scotland have booked their ticket to the 2024 Men's T20 World Cup in West Indies & USA after beating Denmark today by 33 runs.

Overnight rain and a wet outfield cancelled both games at Goldenacre (Ireland v Germany and Italy v Austria) but the contest at the Grange was able to proceed after a delayed start reduced it to an 18-over affair, with Denmark's returning captain Hamid Shah choosing to bowl first after winning the toss.

A knock of 60 from only 32 balls by Scotland captain Richie Berrington helped Scotland post 159-7 from their 18 overs, whilst Nicolaj Laegsgaard was the pick of the Danish bowlers with 3-23.

Denmark batted out their overs in reply but Hamid Shah's 56 was their only significant contribution in their total of 126-7. Bradley Currie took 3-18 for Scotland.

With Ireland's place also secured after their game against Germany was washed out, that nicely sets up a tournament decider in the afternoon session tomorrow between the two old rivals. In the morning, Germany play Italy and Denmark come up against Jersey.