England beat West Indies by 95 points to secure a semi-final against Australia at the Under-19 World Cup in South Africa.
Chasing 180 to win, West Indies fell to 84-8 with seamstress Ellie Anderson taking 5-12.
Captain Grace Scrivens set England’s towering tally of 179-4 with 56 from 43 balls.
The win saw England finish top of group two with four wins out of four in the group stage.
Australia finished second in Group 1, with the semi-final being played on Friday 27 January at Potchefstroom.
India, who finished ahead of Australia, will face New Zealand in the other encounter which will take place on the same day and at the same venue.
Scrivens, an opening hitter for Kent, is the tournament’s top scorer with 269 points, including the highest individual tally of 93 against Ireland.
But the semi-final against Australia will be England’s first real challenge after comfortable wins against Zimbabwe, Pakistan, Rwanda, Ireland and the West Indies.
Australia suffered a shock defeat to Bangladesh in their first encounter but recovered to win their remaining three matches.
New Zealand are also unbeaten but finished second in group two behind England at clean pace.