England’s Lionesses recorded their second consecutive 7-0 victory in their second leg win over Serbia today.
The win takes them to the top of their qualifying group, two points above Belgium, with just two matches to go.
However, there’s no room for complacency with only the top team guaranteed a spot in Euro 2017.
Both Gemma Davison and Nikita Parris scored two goals with Jill Scott, Ellen White and the unfortunate Nevena Damjanovic credited with an own goal.
As with Friday’s match England totally dominated the game and deserved the win.
Next up for the Lionesses is Estonia on 15 September before travelling to Belgium for their final game on 20 September.
Serbia: 1 Susanne Nilsson, 2 Aleksandra Kozovic, 4 Mirela Tenkov, 6 Nevena Damjanovic, 7 Allegra Poljak, 8 Marija Ilic, 9 Marija Radojcic, 10 Jelena Cankovic, 11 Vesna Smilikovic (captain), 13 Marija Jonovic, 21 Vajda Orsoja.
Substitutes: 16 Dina Blagojevic for Damjanovic 75, 18 Jelena Cubrilo for Orsoja 82.
Substitutes not used: 12 Milica Kostic, 14 Marijana Jankov, 15 Nikoletta Nikolic, 17 Olivera Markovic, 20 Sanda Malesevic.
Head coach: Dusan Gelic
England: 1 Siobhan Chamberlain (Liverpool); 2 Lucy Bronze (Manchester City), 5 Steph Houghton (captain; Manchester City), 6 Casey Stoney (Arsenal), 3 Demi Stokes (Manchester City); 4 Fara Williams (Arsenal); 7 Jade Moore (Birmingham City), 8 Jill Scott (Manchester City); 10 Karen Carney (Chelsea); 9 Ellen White (Notts County), 11 Gemma Davison (Chelsea).
Substitutes: 16 Isobel Christiansen (Manchester City) for Williams ht, 14 Alex Scott (Arsenal) for J Scott 57, 17 Nikita Parris (Manchester City) for White 57.
Substitutes not used: 12 Laura Bassett (Notts County), 13 Carly Telford (Notts County), 15 Alex Greenwood (Liverpool), 18 Rachel Daly (Houston Dash).
Goals: J Scott 13, White 28, Davison 41, 46, Damjanovic 53og, Parris 69, 90.
Head coach: Mark Sampson