Australia bounced back from their shock defeat to India with a nerve-wracking victory against Sri Lanka. The favourites have been far from their best and will be hoping to get into their groove in this game. Bangladesh, meanwhile, impressed in their opening game against India and will look to continue in the same vein.
This will be the first-ever meeting between these two sides.
Alyssa Healy's half-century against India was her only double-digit score in her last eight matches.
Australia struggled to handle India and Sri Lanka's spinners and Bangladesh could be tempted to include Khadija Tul Kubra in their playing XI.
Australia have lost just three of their last 16 T20Is.
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Venue Details and Pitch Report
27 Feb, 01:30 PM IST
Manuka Oval, Canberra
Nitin Menon, Gregory Brathwaite
This will be the third match played at the Manuka Oval in Canberra. The surface at this venue tends to aid run-scoring and this was evident from England's strong batting display against Thailand. The captain that wins the toss should look to bowl first.
Bright and sunny skies are expected on matchday, with temperatures set to peak in the mid-20s. Humidity is expected to be around 20% and light winds of up to 22 km/h will make for a pleasant afternoon.
Australia's much-famed batting lineup has yet to fire this tournament and Bangladesh will be wary of a strong response. These two sides have never met at the international stage and it will be interesting to see if Bangladesh can pull off an upset in this do-or-die clash.