England continued their impressive start to life under new manager Mark Sampson with an emphatic 3-0 win over Finland in the Cyprus Cup on Friday.
Goals from Anita Asante, Gemma Bonner and Eni Aluko sealed the victory as England kept their second consecutive clean sheet following their 2-0 win over Italy on Wednesday.
Sampson fielded a completely different XI for the game against Finland and England made a bright start, with Manchester City midfielder Jill Scott twice going close inside the first 10 minutes
They did not have to wait long to make a breakthrough and took a deserved lead on 30 minutes through Asante.
The Malmo midfielder was on hand to sweep home after Bonner flicked on Alex Greenwood's free-kick in from the left flank.
Everton defender Greenwood, making her first start for her country following an impressive debut on Wednesday, almost made it two moments later when she hit the post from 25 yards.
Despite being in total control, England almost conceded early in the second half but were relieved when Sanna Talonen's header hit the crossbar.
But England doubled their lead on 67 minutes when Bonner scored her first international goal at senior level after heading home a Greenwood free-kick.
Aluko made it 3-0 to England five minutes later after latching onto a through ball from substitute Karen Carney and calmly dinking the ball over Minna Meriluoto in the Finland goal.
With the game safe Sampson gave goalkeeper Lizzie Durack her international debut when she replaced Carly Telford six minutes from time.
Canada also maintained their 100 per cent record in Group A with a 3-1 victory over Italy and are now set for a showdown with England on Monday afternoon.
Scotland built on their creditable draw with France in their opening game of the tournament by beating Holland in a seven-goal thriller.
Turbine Potsdam forward Lisa Evans scored a hat-trick for the Scots with Jenny Beattie grabbing the fourth as the Scots beat the Dutch who are six places above them in 14th in the FIFA world rankings.
France defeated Australia 3-2 in the other game in Group B.
The Republic of Ireland followed up their opening 1-1 draw with New Zealand with another 1-1 draw against South Korea.
New Zealand were beaten 2-1 by Switzerland in the other Group C game on Friday.
Meanwhile, in the Algarve Cup Sweden beat the United States 1-0 thanks to Lotta Schelin's 26th-minute header to end the Americans' 43-game unbeaten run.