In-form Australia are eyeing a historic T20 women's series clean sweep over New Zealand.
Australia boosted their victory streak in the format to five and secured the three-match series on with a second straight six-wicket win in Brisbane on Monday.
Australia have never swept the White Ferns in a T20 series, but can tick that box if they win the last match on Friday at Canberra's Manuka Oval.
After being asked to bat first the White Ferns could manage only 145 for 8 with opener Suzie Bates 1 of just 3 players to get into double figures as she made 77.
"Three from three is something that you want to kind of want to be posting on your Twitter," said pace bowler Megan Schutt.
"Everyone wants to perform and getting three wins from three is really what we're looking for," she said.
Schutt, the world No.1 ranked T20 bowler, enjoyed a quick turnaround in fortunes in game two.
She won the player- of-the-match award, taking 3-15 in her four overs, after going for 20 in her final over in game one.
"That's T20 cricket and that's how it goes, sometimes you've just got to wear it," Schutt said.
"But a bit more of a me kind of wicket today which was nice, but they just landed a bit better and I got a bit luckier to be honest."
Australia's charge to victory with the bat was spearheaded by half centuries from Alyssa Healy and Elyse Villani.
Incredibly, it was hard-hitting wicketkeeper-opener Healy's first international T20 50 in 49 innings since 2012, when she got her only other two half centuries in successive days.
With some catches grassed on Monday, including one by herself, Schutt expected fielding would be a focus for Australia going into game three.
"Fielding will be a bigger issue there under lights as well and in the freezing cold," Schutt said.