The Diamonds followed up their first-up demolition of Northern Ireland with another convincing victory in Liverpool, although Zimbabwe produced an admirable third quarter on Saturday as Australia only inflated their buffer by two.
Sports analysts predict a strong performance throughout the games for the Gems, whose historic win - the country's first win ever at the World Cup - left Zimbabwe with 30 points more than their adversaries who are ranked 20th in the world.
"It was a physical match".
"England Netball is sad to announce that Vitality Rose Layla Guscoth has ruptured her Achilles and will take no further part in the Vitality Netball World Cup", a statement read.
The game took place in a surreal atmosphere on an adjacent court to England's opening 64-32 win against Uganda - giving the Scots a taste of the kind of atmosphere they can expect when they return to the court.
"It's definitely a driving force behind it, knowing we have players to know how to go out and do it, and hopefully we can combine with them to try to get another gold for the team".
At the end of the first quarter, England led 15-6 and the lead was up to 13 goals, 31-18, at halftime.
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While Australia scored freely throughout, Northern Ireland struggled to crack an defensive unit lead by the debutant Sarah Klau, who snared four of Australia's eight intercepts for the match.
Midcourt general Liz Watson was also influential with a game-high 21 goal assists.
Earlier on in the day - during session 1 - Australia, New Zealand, Barbados and Zimbabwe all made winning starts.
England, meanwhile, again roared on by a patriotic home crowd beat neighbours Scotland 70-34.
But the hosts' comprehensive win came at a price as influential defender Layla Guscoth was ruled out for the rest of the tournament through injury.
England was on it from the start, with goal shooter Jo Harten - winning her 100th worldwide cap - starting well, and Helen Housby soon following suit.