No 3 batsman Khawar Ali top-scored with 15 while six batsmen fell for ducks, including both openers.
Oman were bundled out for just 24 by Scotland in a 50-over match in Al Amarat on Tuesday, the lowest ever total by an worldwide side in any format.
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It was also the fourth-lowest score in List A history.
Oman have been dismissed for just 24 runs against Scotland in the first match of Scotland's tour of Oman. The West Indies Under-19 side were bowled out for 18 against Barbados at the Blairmont venue in October 2007. Saracens, who were bundled out for 19 by the Colts in 2012, are second on the list, followed by Middlesex who were bowled out by Yorkshire for 23 way back in 1974. The lowest score in ODIs is 35 by Zimbabwe and they suffered the fate against Sri Lanka in Harare in 2004 with Chaminda Vaas taking 4/11. Smith and Adrian Neill had four wickets apiece. During the ICC Trophy game against Papua New Guinea in July 2005, Oman finished their innings at 41 all out in a chase of 135.
Scotland take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. "Bowlers will win you plenty games of cricket and we're in a good place at the moment with what we have so we just need to keep progressing and not get comfortable". In the qualifiers, they defeated Ireland by two wickets to set off wild jubilations in the camp.