Bangladesh and Sri Lanka are out of the tournament having failed to win any of their matches so far.
Both sides would look to utilize the spin bowling resources at their disposal to ensure that they restrict the opposition to a manageable score.
The last match at the Junction Oval saw the Indian eves comfortably chase down Sri Lanka's total of 113, with the former achieving the target inside 15 overs.
Last 5 Head To Head
Venue Details and Pitch Report
02 Mar, 05:30 AM IST
CitiPower Centre, Melbourne
Alexander Wharf, Sue Redfern
The pitch is likely to aid spinners, meaning that both sets of spinners would fancy themselves to make an impact and dent the opposition.
There is a 25% chance of rain on Monday, meaning that the game could be curtailed and the famed DLS method could come into play.
Both teams come into the encounter having not won a single fixture at the competition, meaning that the game has morphed into a battle for pride and bragging rights. While Sri Lanka were thoroughly outplayed in their most recent match against India, Bangladesh somehow squandered a presentable opportunity when they failed to hunt down the White Ferns' total of 91.
Thus, the game might not be too high on the quality quotient, although it represents a contest where neither would want to accord the other an inch, especially as their campaign draws to a close.