Amy Jones starred with the bat once again as England Women beat Pakistan by 84 runs to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in their T20 International series.
Jones’ 89 and a 36-ball 55 from fellow opener Danielle Wyatt helped England reach 185 for five in their 20 overs.
Anam Amin and Nida Dar took two wickets apiece for Pakistan, with Syeda Aroob Shah taking the other wicket to fall.
Iram Javed led Pakistan’s reply with 38 but, with only two others reaching double figures, they fell well short, making 101 for nine.
Katherine Brunt, Sophie Ecclestone and Mady Villiers each took two wickets as England eased to victory.
The Somerset spinner impressed in South Africa over the winter.
The captain promoted himself to open the batting but made just two off 15 balls
Curran experienced sickness and diarrhoea during Wednesday night.
The Durham all-rounder will take over temporarily from Joe Root.
Holder promoted himself to open the batting.
The all-rounder has been tested for Covid-19 after feeling unwell overnight.
The top five subsided to nine for three and 49 for five in their final competitive innings.
The Trinidadian led the warm-up session on day four of the practice match.
Archer took a wicket for Jos Buttler’s team on the second morning at the Ageas Bowl.
Ben Stokes’s side reached 152 for five at tea in response to 287 for five declared.