Women on the brink of Ashes win
England Women can ensure a double Ashes celebration this summer with victory in Thursday night's second Twenty20 international in Southampton.
Charlotte Edwards' side need only to win at the Ageas Bowl, or Saturday's final match at Chester-le-Street, to regain the Ashes.
England lead the innovative series 8-4 after winning the opening Twenty20 in Chelmsford on Tuesday by 15 runs.
Sarah Taylor's Twenty20-best 77 led England to victory - their third in the row against Australia in this multi-format series.
While the momentum appears to be with the hosts Taylor knows there is work still to be done in the remaining two games - which will be played before the men meet Australia in their Twenty20 matches.
"We are two equally-matched teams and we won't be taking anything for granted," she said.
"Yes, we are playing good cricket but there are always areas we can improve on and we'll be looking at those ahead of Thursday, which will be a big game for us."
England have had to battle back from 4-2 behind after the one-off Test was drawn, before Australia won the first one-day international at Lord's.
With each limited-overs victory worth two points England have established a position where they can not lose the series.
They must, however, win it to regain the Ashes after they lost a one-off Test to Australia by seven wickets in Sydney two years ago.