Having lost all three respective matches in the Group of Death, both Bangladesh and Sri Lanka are out of the race for the semi-final.
Chamari Athapaththu (91) and Poonam Yadav (7 wickets) have occupied the leading positions.
Australia Women and Sri Lanka Women have lost their respective first matches, against India and New Zealand respectively.
he Kiwis are clear favourites but as Sri Lanka showed in the warm-up games, they are not pushovers.
February 16 will feature four warm-up matches of the Women’s T20 World Cup 2020, two each in Adelaide and Brisbane.
Pitted in the same group as Australia, India, and New Zealand, Sri Lanka Women will find it difficult to make it to the top four. Their only serious chance of winning is against Bangladesh.
The top-placed side in the ICC Women's Championship table takes on the bottom of the pile in the upcoming series.
Singapore beat Zimbabwe; Australia Women beat Sri Lanka Women; India Women vs South Africa Women was washed out; and CPL 2019 now have all four Playoffs teams.
Australia Women and Sri Lanka Women swill face each other in Sydney for the second match of the series on September 30.
Australia Women will host Sri Lanka Women for the first T20I of the 3-match series, at North Sydney Oval.