England Women wrapped up a six-wicket win over Pakistan Women in the second and final One-Day International at Loughborough, sealing a 2-0 series win.
Natalie Sciver, who made her debut in the opening match, took three wickets to limit Pakistan to 156 for six, a score England had few problems overcoming.
Charlotte Edwards registered her 40th ODI half-century and went on to top score with 62 before England knocked off the winning runs with 72 balls remaining.
Sciver ended with figures of three for 28 and Arran Brindle picked up three for 38.
Brindle helped Edwards add 72 for the first wicket and there was also a contribution of 34 from Sarah Taylor during England's successful run-chase.
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