England beat South Africa 62-46 to book their place in the Netball World Cup semi-finals in Sydney.
The Roses look set to progress as Pool F runners-up, with two wins from three games, and are likely to face four-time winners New Zealand in Saturday’s semi.
Tracey Neville’s side produced a strong first-half against world number five South Africa, and led by 10 goals at the break.
The Proteas improved in the second half, but England prevailed.
currently bottom of the pool, face holders and hosts
in their final group qualification game on Friday (11:20 BST).
An Australia victory will see them progress as pool winners to the semi-finals where they would face
who edged a 63-62 win against
currently unbeaten in the competition, play their last group game against
at 09:20 BST.