Highlights from Australia's 200-run victory over Scotland where Aaron Finch and Shaun Marsh broke the Australian ODI record for the highest opening partnership.

A disciplined performance from Australia's bowling contingent helped the visitors earn a crushing 200-run victory over hapless minnows, Scotland in Edinburgh.

Chasing a massive target of 363, Scotland were pegged back early when Mitchell Johnson sent back opener Freddie Coleman. Coleman had no answer to Johnson’s swinging delivery and was trapped plumb in front of the wicket.  Clint McKay bowled in tandem and struck two overs later to send Hamish Gardiner to the pavilion.

Earlier, Aaron Finch's 148 and Shaun Marsh's 151 paved the way for Australia's massive total of 362 for three against Scotland in the first One-Day International (ODI) at Edinburgh. A 246-run stand from 38.2 overs for the first wicket between Finch and Marsh laid the foundation for the rest of the batsmen to play attacking cricket towards the end of the innings.