England began their London Sevens campaign at Twickenham with two wins but Fiji remain on course to secure the IRB World Sevens ***le.
Despite losing Simon Amor to a stomach injury, England defeated Kenya 26-0 and then recorded a 51-0 win over Germany.
Fiji thumped Portugal 33-14 and defeated Italy 38-5.
Fiji lead the overall standings by 14 points going into this last event and would have to fail to reach even the Plate final for England to win.
England's Pool B rivals Australia stumbled to a shock 26-7 defeat against Kenya, a result which delighted the Twickenham crowd.
Reigning London Sevens champions South Africa opened up with wins over Canada and Russia while France and current series ***le holders New Zealand are also unbeaten after two games.
New Zealand defeated Scotland 34-7 and then crushed Tunisia 59-0.
Scotland were then beaten 22-5 by Samoa before ending the day with a 33-5 victory over Tunisia.