Scotland's second one-day against Pakistan was abandoned without a ball being bowled after the umpires ruled the waterlogged surface in Edinburgh was not fit for play.
The match was due to start at 10.45am but heavy downpours in the capital in the preceding 24 hours had left the outfield sodden.
Match officials Mark Hawthorn and Ian Ramage ordered five pitch inspections while Grange ground staff were given until almost 3pm to address the problem but ultimately without success.
The cancellation is a blow for Scotland after they limited the tourists to 231-7 in the first meeting but collapsed to 135 all out in their reply, losing by 96 runs.
A crowd of 1,500 was expected to turn out on Sunday but all those who bought tickets have been promised a full refund.
Pakistan had planned to use the scheduled double header and another two matches in Ireland next week as preparation for the Champions Trophy, which begins on June 6.