Australia have recalled left-arm spinner Steve O'Keefe for the injured Josh Hazlewood and could play him alongside their frontline spinners Nathan Lyon and Ashton Agar.
Meanwhile, Australia coach Darren Lehmann has issued a report card and said that the current Australian side is too young as the team is rebuilding.
"As a player, we went over there to win that series, and when you don't win, then you accept the fact you leave the door open for someone else to come in and take your spot". As far as the wicket goes, we expect it to turn from day one, which means the spinners will do bulk of the work and majority of the wickets could go to them. "We hope that hopefully after this series, I think a few of us are going to give relief to them", Mushfiqur said. I think we're still a young team, obviously some new players that have come in only a year ago in the summer and some guys that are still trying to find their way.
Zimbabwe cricket national team captain Graeme Cremer has been inspired by Bangladesh's sensational and maiden 20-run win over Australia in the opening Test in Dhaka on Wednesday.
After being labelled "overpaid prima donnas" after their shock loss in Dhaka, Smith said he was confident the Australians would bounce back with victory in Chittagong.
The Australian's cricket writer Peter Lalor added: "Australia can't win in Asia anymore".
"We are still talking about it, it is obviously an option", Smith told reporters.
"Once we get there we will take a look at the wicket and the conditions and whether we change that or go with one quick or two quicks or three spinners", the head coach said.
Australian skipper Steve Smith says there'll be a "tough call" on whether Matthew Wade retains his place in the side for tomorrow's Test, with a decision to be made at the toss.
"We wanted to look for a result by using our strengths".
After beating Australia for the first time in Test cricket, Bangladesh find themselves with a shot at a landmark series victory. "For the Ashes, we are pretty clear on where we are going and who want to play in that scenario".
Australia's Test ranking could slide to as low as sixth if they lose the second Test.
"There is a lot of cricket to be played in four years".
Bangladesh: Mushfiqur Rahim (captain & wicket-keeper), Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Imrul Kayes, Shakib Al Hasan, Meh Hasan Miraz, Sabbir Rahman, Nasir Hossain, Liton Das, Taskin Ahmed, Shafiul Islam, Mustafizur Rahman, Taijul Islam, Mominul Haque.
Last time Bangladesh played a Test match Chittagong in October 2016, they came tentatively close to outclass Alastair Cook's England.