The three-match series is currently levelled at 1-1. Bangladesh won the first match in Delhi while Rohit Sharma's knock of 85 runs guided India to an emphatic eight-wicket win in the second game.
The younger of the Pandya brothers -- Hardik -- was back in the team after being rested to treat his minor niggles as part of the workload management programme.
The Men in Blue had defeated Windies in the first T20I of the three-match series on Saturday by four wickets. The first match was a low scoring affair as Windies were restricted to just 95/9 in the allotted twenty overs, owing to Navdeep Saini's three-wicket haul. India chased down the target with four wickets in hand and 16 balls to spare.
Although Kohli has rubbished the rumours of having a rift with Sharma, these incidents have forced fans to speculate if there are issues between the two.
Wicket-keeper and batsman MS Dhoni has been rested as well and Rishabh Pant will be keeping the wickets. Pant was named across all three formats while Wriddhiman Saha has found a spot for the two Tests.