The team management will be hoping that the side can continue their winning momentum against Bangladesh.
In their previous game, bowlers put in a decent performance to restrict South Africa to less than 300 runs. For Australia women, Alana king, Mega Schutt, and Ashleigh Gardner bowled well and claimed one wicket apiece.
Chasing 272 runs for victory, Australia managed to complete the chase with five overs to spare. For Australia women, Captain Meg Lanning was the standout performer with the bat and finished the innings with the top-score of 135 not out off 130 balls.
Besides Lanning, the likes of Beth Mooney, Ashleigh Gardner, Tahlia McGrath and Annabel Sutherland put in decent scores to help the side notch up their sixth consecutive victory in the competition.
Nigar Sultana-led unit will be hoping to put in an improved batting performance against Australia women.
For Bangladesh women, medium-pacer Ritu Moni was the standout bowler on display with figures of 3 for 37 in her ten overs. Besides Moni, Nahida Akter bowled well and claimed 2 for 42 in her nine overs.
Chasing 230 runs for victory, Bangladesh failed to get going in their innings and were bundled out for just 119 runs in 40.3 overs. For Bangladesh women, Salma Khatun scored 32 runs off 35 balls with the help of four boundaries, whereas Lata Mondal chipped in with 24 runs off 46 balls.