This is a must-win game for New Zealand, who lie in third spot with 2 points from 2 games. Bangladesh, on the other hand, have lost both their matches and are all but out of playoff contention.
This will be the first-ever meeting between these two sides.
Suzie Bates is the leading run-scorer in Women's T20Is but she has managed just 19 runs in 2 games thus far.
Amelia Kerr has picked up at least 1 wicket in each of her last 6 T20Is.
Sophie Devine is averaging 96.5 across her last 6 T20Is, with four half-centuries and one century to her credit.
Last 5 Head To Head
Venue Details and Pitch Report
29 Feb, 05:30 AM IST
CitiPower Centre, Melbourne
Lauren Agenbag, Ahsan Raza
Spinners have enjoyed playing at the Junction Oval this season and that's expected to continue over the course of the tournament as the surface gets slower. The team that wins the toss should look to bat first.
Cloudy skies are expected on the day of the game, but rain is unlikely to make an appearance. Humidity is expected to be around 50%.
New Zealand will be looking to bounce back from their last-ball defeat to India when they square off against Bangladesh. This will be the first-ever meeting between these two sides on the international stage and New Zealand enter the contest as firm favourites.
Amelia Kerr and Sophie Devine are in fine form and will look to build some momentum ahead of their crunch clash against Australia later in the tournament.
Bangladesh, meanwhile, have nothing but pride to play for and will hope to remain competitive.