Meanwhile, Cricket Scotland Interim Chief Executive Officer, Gordon Arthur issued an apology after the report was made public.
Coetzer will be included in the Scotland squad but only for the one-off ODI.
The match will be played at Hampden Park and then the winner of this game faces Wales in Cardiff on Sunday, June 5.
For the 2009 T20 World Cup champions, this game should be the perfect opportunity for them to experiment in before heading into the knockout stage.
Babar Azam's side would be looking to enter knockout stage with five wins behind their back.
All eyes now lie on Match 40 where New Zealand will lock horns with Afghanistan at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi on November 7.
The idea of replacing Bhuvneshwar Kumar with Shardul Thakur hasn't reaped fruits for the Indian team so far as the latter's overall bowling economy has been over 10 and his only innings saw him score a duck.
The famous KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma partnership is back in form. The two batters are a must-pick in one's fantasy team.
Registering big wins in these matches won't be enough for India as they will have to hope for other results to go their way.
Talking about the match, New Zealand survived a bit of a scare from the Scottish side and eventually emerged victorious by 16 runs.
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