Bangladesh won the first Test, a cliff-hanger, by 20 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the series.
Australian batsman Usman Khawaja might be questioning why he ever got on the plane to Bangladesh after the horror week he's had. We bounced back well in our last two series. Bangladeshi authorities mostly blame such attacks on local insurgents, although the Islamic State militant group and al Qaeda have claimed responsibility for some of the deadly attacks carried out over the past few years.
"For us, it's a case of whoever's bowling can get you out, so making sure you stay in", Australian coach Darren Lehmann said. However, both Warner and Peter Handscomb took stock of the conditions quickly to keep the hosts at bay.
A washout would prevent the Aussies' chance to square the ledger, and a loss would send them down to No.6 in the ICC's Test rankings.
Glen Maxwell (22) and Hilton Cartwright (10) are still in the crease.More news: Trump Can't Even Implement His Own North Korea Sanctions
The sight of Warner and Glenn Maxwell nudging and nurdling belied each man's reputation, although Maxwell ought to have gone when Mustafizur (3-84) worked him over nicely, only for Mehedi to drop a simple gully catch.
Four overs later, Lyon was convinced he had trapped Imrul Kayes for four but the appeal was turned down.
Soumya and Mominul were largely untroubled for more than an hour, but the former played down the wrong line to another straight delivery and was struck on the back pad.
After copping a battering, and losing, the first Test in Dhaka speculation is rife around the make up of the Australian side. Australia, who are 225 for 2, will at least eye a 450. Bangladesh were 85-4 at one time but then Sabbir and Mushfiqur arrested the slide with a 105-run stand for the fifth wicket. Steve O'Keefe was brought in to bowl by Steve Smith in Pune earlier this year. The incident is still under investigation, according to Cricket Australia. Mushfiq took his time initially to settle down but eventfully played a solid knock for the team once again.
Sabbir was actually stumped while trying to play a pull shot.
Australia enters day two of the second Test against Bangladesh knowing it has to conquer not just a confident home side but also conditions which Nathan Lyon described as the "hardest" he has faced.