Scotland suffered a 10-wicket thrashing as Kenya avenged last week's ICC Intercontinental Cup defeat with victory in Monday's Twenty20 International in Nairobi.

The hosts took less than 13 overs to surpass their opponents' 109 for nine as both teams continued their preparations for next week's ICC World Twenty20 qualifying tournament.

Scotland's score was the same below-par total that almost cost them dear in yesterday's tri-series opener against Uganda before an incredible late fightback ultimately led to a super-over victory.

There was to be no comeback today as Kenya openers David Obuya (60 not out) and Steve Tikolo (46 not out) ran riot at the Gymkhana club ground.

The home side won the toss and put Scotland into bat, a decision which proved wise, with their spinners doing much of the damage.

Only Fraser Watts (16), Ryan Watson (13) and Majid Haq (21 not out) reached double figures for the tourists, whose next outing is Wednesday's meeting with Uganda.