This will be the first time that England have ever played Bangladesh in a T20I, after their scheduled tour of the country in September was postponed.
England were due to play three ODIs and three T20Is against Bangladesh, but the series was moved to March 2023, allowing players from both teams to play in the rescheduled IPL.
England's second T20 World Cup game is set to begin shortly, with Eoin Morgan's side taking on Bangladesh.
England won their opening game of the tournament, bowling the West Indies out for just 55, and they currently sit top of their group.
Speaking ahead of the game, Jos Buttler said: "We know the challenges they’ll pose.
"We’ve played against them lots in 50-over cricket and they’re a dangerous side, they are a team full of match winners
"The beauty of T20 cricket is anyone can beat anyone on their day, an individual can win a match for their team.
"But we prepare well, we’re a very level team in that we don’t get too high or low.
"We’ll try to bring our level of intensity, which always gives us the best chance of winning the game."