The 16-member squad named Sunday has four changes from the team that lost to Pakistan by an innings and 44 runs in Rawalpindi.
India vs Bangladesh: Mahmudullah said that Bangladesh had a decent chance of winning the game but they lost wickets in quick succession.
Irfan Pathan said that Mahmudullah's captaincy is a bit similar to MS Dhoni's style of leading the side.
India vs Bangladesh 2nd T20 Highlights: Indian skipper Rohit Sharma led from the front and helped India beat Bangladesh by eight wickets.
India vs Bangladesh: Mahmudullah said Bangladesh have a great opportunity to create history and the players are desperately waiting for the second match.
India vs Bangladesh: Having lost the 1st T20I, India are in a do-or-die situation as they need to win the second match to stay alive in the three-match series.
India vs Bangladesh: Bangladesh's Afif Hossain said skipper Mahmudullah has asked the players to play in a way that suits them best.
India vs Bangladesh: Mahmudullah said that their bowling and fielding gave them the impetus to chase down the target successfully
India vs Bangladesh 1st T20 2019: Mushfiqur Rahim remained unbeaten on 60 and helped Bangaldesh register their first-ever T20I win over India.
Mahmudullah said that Shakib Al Hasan indeed "made a mistake" but at the same time believes that his longtime teammate "has not committed a crime".
India vs Bangladesh: After Shakib Al Hasan's suspension, the BCB announced that the T20I side will be led by Mahmudullah while Mominul Haque will lead the Test squad against India.
Bangladesh Cricket Board president Nazmul Hassan was hopeful that Bangladesh's tour of India will go as per plan.
Bangladesh Cricket Board president Nazmul Hassan called players' strike a conspiracy to tarnish the game's image in the country.
Mustafizur Rahman injured his ankle while warming up for a Dhaka Premier League match.
Both Trent Boult and Mahmudullah had one demerit point added to their disciplinary records of a first offence.
The Windies were reduced to 75 for five at stumps on the the second day, trailing Bangladesh by 433 runs in the first innings.
Bangladesh reduced Zimbabwe to 76/2 at stumps on day four after Mahmudullah's unbeaten 101 helped them declare the second innings on 224/6.