Pakistan v England: No result in third women's ODI, England win series 2-0
|Third women's one-day international, Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur|
|Pakistan 145-8 (37.4 overs): Nahida 55, Javeria 37; Glenn 4-18, Shrubsole 3-32|
|England: Did not bat|
|No result; England win series 2-0|
Rain prevented a result in England's third one-day international against Pakistan, meaning they finished the series in Kuala Lumpur as 2-0 winners.
Pakistan were put in to bat and reached 145-8 before rain stopped play after 37.4 overs in the Malaysian capital.
They made 96 for the first wicket, before leg-spinner Sarah Glenn dismissed both of Pakistan's openers, Nahida Khan (55) and Javeria Khan (37).
Rookie Glenn finished the day with 4-18, while Anya Shrubsole claimed 3-32.
England sealed the series victory by winning the second ODI by 127 runs on Thursday.
It means they finish their ICC Women's Championship campaign in second place in the table behind Australia - with 14 wins, six defeats and this one no-result from their 21 games.
Australia, England and hosts New Zealand are the first three teams to qualify for the 2021 Women's World Cup.
'Sarah Glenn has been a really good find'
Captain Heather Knight told BBC Sport: "We didn't start the best with the ball but I thought we brought it back brilliantly, Sarah Glenn in particular. I'm a bit gutted for her that she didn't have a chance to pick up that five-for.
"But overall I'm happy with how the series has gone. Sarah's been a really good find, making her debut in that first game. She's bowled exactly as she has done in the KSL [Kia Super League] - very consistent, looking to attack the stumps - and she's taken wickets.
"We've got the Twenty20 leg of the tour now so I expect her to get a bit more of an opportunity."
The two sides will now play three Twenty20 internationals in Kuala Lumpur on 17, 19 and 20 December.