Scotland and Pakistan will clash for two ODIs ahead of the Champions Trophy in England later this year. Both matches, scheduled for 17 and 19 May, will be played at the Citylets Grange in Edinburgh.
The teams have met on three previous occasions, with Pakistan triumphant by 94 runs and five wickets in the 1999 World Cup and 2006's one-off ODI receptively. 2007's fixture was abandoned without a ball bowled due to rain.
"These fixtures are a fantastic boost for Scottish cricket. We have the chance to qualify for two global ICC events in 2013. These matches are particularly important for the development of the current squad," said captain Gordon Drummond.
"We are all really looking to welcoming the Pakistan team to Scotland once again, and these fixtures will undoubtedly build on the already strong ties between the Pakistani and Scots community. It's a fantastic platform for us to show what we are capable of."
Scotland will also host Australia for a solitary ODI at the Grange Cricket Club Ground in Edinburgh on 3 September.