For the white-ball games, the Irish will bank on the experience of Balbirnie and Campher, who played for Khulna Titans and Chattogram Challengers.
“It was really beneficial for me,” Balbirnie said of his stint with Khulna Titans.
“I was there to see first-hand a couple of their players, some of the grounds and conditions we’re going to come up against in the next week or two.”
Ireland have been recent giant-killers in T20 cricket. At last year’s T20 World Cup, they knocked out two-time champions West Indies and beat eventual champions England in a group match.
Bangladesh will be a tough proposition, however, having this week whitewashed England in a T20 series.