The Saltires were frustrated again yesterday as their Intercontinental Cup clash with the Canadians suffered a second wash-out at a flooded Bothwell Castle Policies in Uddingston.
It means half the match has already been lost to the elements and the Saltires face an uphill battle to claim a maximum 20-point haul.
However, if the weather relents, history is on the side of Pete Steindl's men, as they hold a 100% I-Cup record against Canada with three wins out of three.
In the first of those triumphs they raced to an innings victory in a day-and-a-half to lift the inaugural I-Cup in Sharjah in 2004.
Uddingston groundsman Paul Hoffmann, a member of that cup-winning team, said: "The weather hasn't given us a chance to prepare a decent wicket for such an important game.
"But we will keep doing our best and hope things turn in our favour. Scotland have shown in the past that they can win a two-innings match in two days."
Saltires coach Steindl added: "We have to stay focused and be ready to play if we get the chance. There are two full days scheduled and a lot can happen."