England Women's head coach Simon Middleton has challenged his side to make history as they trounced Canada 51-12 in their latest autumn internationals fixture at The Stoop on Sunday.
Debutant wing Heather Cowell scored two tries while Sarah Bern and Claudia McDonald also crossed over twice as the red rose team dominated the encounter to register their third win of the campaign following back to back victories over Black Ferns in the previous two weekends.
This was also England's 17th consecutive win and will be needing one more victory to match the record of their male counterparts, who registered a 18-game winning streak between 2015 and 2017.
They will be facing United States in Worcester on Sunday.
"We want to set the record and keep going," said Middleton.
"We want to make it as difficult to beat as possible. We talk about great teams. This team isn't great yet, but it has a chance to mark itself in history.
"I wouldn't bet against this team doing it either because these girls are so determined and work so hard. It would take a good team to beat us now."