England cruised into the Women’s World Cup semi-finals with a crushing 100-run victory over Bangladesh of their last group stage match in Wellington on Sunday.
It sealed a dramatic resurgence for the defending champions who had been getting ready to elimination after shedding their first three matches within the 50-over competitors.
They then received all of their remaining 4 video games to safe a spot within the high 4.
The complete win noticed them overtake the West Indies to affix high qualifiers Australia and South Africa within the knockout stage.
The last berth might be determined later Sunday within the match between India and South Africa.
India, who misplaced the 2017 World Cup last to England, should win or the West Indies will take the ultimate semi-final spot.
England misplaced wickets at common intervals within the first half of their innings and had been 96 for 4 earlier than Sophia Dunkley, who scored 67, led a middle-order cost to get the rating as much as a defendable 234 for six.
Bangladesh discovered it troublesome to attain towards a good England assault, averaging simply 2.79 runs per over till they had been all out for 134 with 12 balls remaining.
Player-of-the-match Dunkley confronted simply 72 deliveries, scoring eight fours, and featured in a 72-run partnership with Amy Jones (31) for the fifth wicket after which placed on 43 with Katherine Brunt (24 not out) for the sixth wicket.
Salma Khatun, who took the prized England wickets of Heather Knight for six and Nat Sciver for 40, completed with two for 46.
Bangladesh by no means threatened to get close to the English complete regardless of a secure begin by Shamima Sultana and Sharmin Akhter who placed on 42 for the opening wicket.
They had been tied down by a penetrating England bowling assault led by Sophie Ecclestone who took three wickets in her 10 overs for a miserly 15 runs whereas Brunt, though wicketless, conceded solely seven runs from her 5 overs.