Right-back Alex Scott has urged her team-mates to be professional against Slovenia
By Glenn Lavery in Slovenia
Slovenia v England
UEFA Women's Euro 2013
Group 6 qualifier
7pm BST, Thursday 21 June 2012
Ob Jezeru, Velenje, Slovenia
Following Sunday's 1-0 win over the Netherlands
, Alex Scott has called upon her England team-mates to capitalise on their new-found Group 6 superiority and claim another Euro qualifying victory over Slovenia on Thursday.
Scott played the full 90 minutes as Hope Powell's side registered a battling win over their closest qualification rivals in Salford.
Three more points on Thursday would allow them to usurp the Dutch at the top of the group, leaving England just one win away from a place at next summer's Euro Finals.
is delighted to be going into the game on the back of an impressive victory at the weekend.
"It was a great team performance on Sunday," said Scott, of the Dutch encounter.
"I thought we were superb defensively. We know we can keep the ball better than we did but that's something we can work on.
"Overall, though, we've got to be very happy because we got the three points we needed."
England defeated Slovenia 4-0 in Swindon in September
and are widely expected to claim another win on Thursday, but a 2-2 draw with the unfancied Serbia
last year has prompted Scott and her team-mates to take nothing for granted.
"When I first came into the team (in 2004), we would win these games by a landslide, but matches are a lot harder now," she explained.
"The expectation is on us to win and we have already slipped up in one of these so-called 'easier' games so we need to be professional and get the job done.
"It's not about how many goals we can score, it's about getting the three points whichever way they come.
"We can't get carried away," she continued. "We have to be diligent and everyone has to perform in their role for us to get the win that we need. We need to make sure there are no slip ups.
"But it's back in our hands now which is great."