Bangladesh Cricket Board President Nazmul Hassan has given a date for when the World Cup squad will be announced.
The initial plan was to name the same squads for the Asia Cup and World Cup but that has changed due to injuries.
"The Asia Cup squad was supposed to be the World Cup squad," he said. "But we have had to make several changes. Ebadot [Hossain] would have been in the squad if he was fit. Tamim [Iqbal] and Litton [Das] would have also been in the squad."
Hassan said Bangladesh would announce their World Cup squad after the New Zealand series, which ends on 26 September.
5 September is the deadline for teams to name their squads, but they have some leeway to make changes thereafter.
"We have to give them [the ICC] a squad for logistical reasons," Hassan said. "I think the main squad has to be submitted on 27 September. You will all know after we see them in the New Zealand series. I think those who are in Dhaka will get to play against New Zealand.
"We haven't been able to implement our plan. Tamim Iqbal and Litton Das were supposed to open in the Asia Cup but they are not in the team. I don't know if they have been declared fit. We can't make a team without them, can we? You have to understand our challenges. We have 17 players in the Asia Cup squad.
"The six in Dhaka are also capable players. Tamim and Litton will enter the fray, which makes it 25 players. We have to leave out ten players. Who to leave out? It won't be easy. Can we leave out those who are performing? We don't have to leave out anyone now."