The Scots go into the four-day match needing a near-miraculous turn of events to reach this season's final.
Preston Mommsen's men require to record a maximum 20-0 points victory while hoping Kenya beat Afghanistan by the same margin next month. However, the Scots will merely concentrate on trying to end their campaign by building on their excellent win against Kenya two months ago.
Pete Steindl, the coach, has called on his side to lift themselves from the disappointment of their two ODI defeats to the Irish last week. "We are taking good four-day form into this game and want to build momentum," said Steindl.
"Last week was a major disappointment on the one-day stage when we competed really well on Friday but massively underperformed on Sunday.
"I'm looking for guys to take responsibility. The batsmen in particular have to convert scores of 40 and 50 into hundreds."