Scotland have reached the Twenty20 World Cup qualifying play-offs after beating Denmark by 75 runs in their Group B clash in Dubai.
Matt Machan hit an unbeaten 90 as Scotland made 205-3 in their 20 overs and Denmark, who are yet to win in a match in the tournament, could only reach 130-6 in their reply.
Scotland will now go into a fifth-placed play-off quarter-final on Wednesday as they attempt to qualify for the tournament proper in Bangladesh next year.
After winning the toss and electing to bat, the Scots got off to a terrible start with opener Richie Berrington departing for just four in the first over when he was bowled by Basir Shah.
That brought Machan to the crease and he put on 99 for the second wicket with Calum MacLeod, who was eventually stumped by Freddie Klokker off the bowling of Michael Pedersen for 41.
Michael Leask also scored 41 as he put on 62 with Machan before Basit Raja had him caught by Klokker.
Rob Taylor then added an unbeaten 17 alongside Machan whose 55-ball innings contained four sixes and nine fours.
Denmark's reply started badly and they were a wicket down before they had scored a run as Majid Haq caught Yasir Iqbal off the bowling of Neil Carter.
Carsten Pedersen top-scored with 43 but a steady fall of wickets stopped the Danes from getting near the run rate as Carter (1-9), Machan (1-33), Sharif (1-22), Majid Haq (1-11) and Gordon Goudie (1-22) all picked up one wicket apiece.