TAUNTON - England women maintained their 100 per cent record in the NatWest Women's Quadrangular T20 with a convincing 46-run victory over India in their final group game at Taunton to set up a decider with Australia. Charlotte Edwards elected to bat first on the flat deck at Taunton but it was Claire Taylor who anchored the batting for England. Taylor's well-paced innings of 66 from 46 balls, saw a good partnership with Danielle Watt who contributed a fluent 23 before she was caught and bowled by Amita Sharma. Taylor later settled into an impressive 55 run partnership with Arran Brindle before she was eventually bowled out by Jhulan Goswami. Goswami went onto pick a further two late wickets as England battled to 134 all out from 19.5 overs. Katherine Brunt opened the bowling once again but had to wait until the fifth over to claim the first India wicket. Wyatt, claimed 2-20 from four overs, while Laura Marsh effected two run-outs with accurate throws from the deep. Any fears that the total would prove within their opponents' reach were quickly dispelled as India were unable to keep up with the required run-rate and finished well short on 88 for eight, despite some impressive late hitting from the lower middle-order. Player of the match Claire Taylor said: "It was great to be able to contribute to the win today. I enjoyed batting with Danni Wyatt she was hitting the ball in good areas.