Despite playing the match at night, it didn't do much to stop Australia's strong bowling with the strong humidity playing a helping hand to spin bowlers. 

They were able to restrict Pakistan to just 101 with Sophie Molineux (3-14) and Georgia Wareham (3-12) doing the bulk of the damage alongside opening bowler Megan Schutt (2-7).

"It was quite humid at the start and I think our bowlers were getting a bit of swing earlier with the new ball but there is always a bit of adjustment when it gets darker," Vice-captain Rachael Haynes said.

"I thought our girls did really well today," she said.

After losing opener Alyssa Healy (6) early, fellow opener Beth Mooney compiled a run-a-ball 29 to keep her side on track.

Australia's middle-order stumbled slightly, before a 42-run partnership between Elyse Villani (24*) and Ellyse Perry (16*) sealed the win with three overs to spare. 

Heading into a T20 World Cup next month, the experience the Australian batters have gained throughout the Series has been helpful. 

"When you get to knock-out cricket, it's about finding a way to win the game and I think our batters got through that tonight," Haynes said.

Australia now lead Pakistan 2-0 in the series with the third and final is tomorrow (29 October 2018) at 10am local (1pm AEDT).