The Australian FastNet Diamonds go into the finals of the World Netball Series unbeaten, after a second day of victories.
On Saturday Australia came from behind in their first match to beat favourites England, 28-25.
The series' modified rules include six-minute quarters, one of which is selected as a "power play" by each team, doubling the score of each goal.
"The game went right down to the wire," specialist coach Carol Byers told AAP at the end of play on Saturday.
"England had their power play in the second quarter and so had a solid lead and we didn't have our power play until the last quarter, when we just managed to scrape into the lead."
In Australia's second match of the day at Liverpool's Echo Arena the Diamonds took on 2010 Series winners New Zealand, emerging winners 23-22.
"We made the most of our opportunities, kept possession of the ball and made sure we moved forward each time we had it," Byers said of the tight match.
Australia's Ashleigh Brazill, who represents the West Coast Fever in domestic competition, was named player of the match against New Zealand.
In the third and final match for the Diamonds on Saturday, they comfortably beat South Africa 35-21.
On top of Friday's successful performances with wins against Jamaica and Fiji, the Diamonds are number one ahead of Sunday's finals.
Australia plays England in the first semi final and a win will see them play for the gold medal against the winner of New Zealand and Jamaica.
"We came into the tournament aiming to be where we are," Byers said.
"Our girls have been using really good ball skills and putting pressure on the opposition."