England, who have already qualified for the semifinals, have finished the Group B as table toppers along with second-placed India.
Opener Danielle Wyatt gave England a fine start with 59 off 33 balls before Sciver-Brunt unleashed carnage in his knock comprising 12 fours and a six to take her team a massive 213 for five.
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Amy Jones also made a quickfire 47 off 31 balls.
Pakistan were never in the run chase and crawled to 99 for nine in 20 overs. England remained unbeaten in the group stage.
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Katherine Sciver-Brunt and Charlotte Dean picked up a couple of wickets each.
Australia are set to face India in the first semifinal on Thursday, while England’s semifinal opponent will be decided following the New Zealand-South Africa contest on Tuesday night.
(With inputs from PTI)