Scotland made one change, bringing in Alasdair Evans in place of Safyaan Sharif in the playing XI. Papua New Guinea also had one change as they replaced Damien Ravu with Chad Soper in the line-up.
Having made a stroke-filled 70 before retiring in the seven-wicket win over England, the young Ishan Kishan has also staked his claim for a place in the playing eleven.
Sri Lanka skipper Dasun Shanaka will be aware that a stiffer test awaits them when they square off against Ireland and that they can't afford any slip-ups.
Livingstone suffered the injury in the closing stages of England's seven-wicket defeat to India in the warm-up match in Dubai.
The Indian team is pretty certain that Ravindra Jadeja and Varun Chakravarthy are the two spinners who will be in operation when the campaign starts.
Behind Papua New Guinea's rise as an Associate member, there is a strong local connect with cricket. With 300,000 kids playing the sport at the school level, interest is bound to increase
Former champions Sri Lanka overcame initial hiccups to subdue an inexperienced yet spirited Namibia by seven wickets.
Ireland chased down the target with as many as 29 balls to spare at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium.
Flamboyant young opener Yashasvi Jaiswal and power-hitter Sarfaraz Khan along with hard-hitting all-rounder Shivam Dube have also been picked.
Campher sent back Colin Ackermann (11), Ryan ten Doeschate (0) and Scott Edwards (0) for a hat-trick and then bowled and Roelof van der Merwe (0) in a sensational over in Abu Dhabi.
The Abu Dhabi T10 will be played in the UAE capital from November 19 to December 4, starting five days after the conclusion of the T20 World Cup.
Tournament co-hosts Oman, on the other hand, enjoyed a near-perfect start to their World Cup campaign with a 10-wicket rout of PNG.
Warnapura had his right leg amputated earlier this month after being diagnosed with high sugar levels, which hindered his blood circulation, according to local media reports.
The 30-year-old returned to the IPL even as pace colleagues Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc and Kane Richardson opted out of the second leg of the lucrative league and remained at home.
Scotland, who were 53/6 after 12 overs, fought back strongly to put up a challenging target of 141 for Bangladesh on the back of a 51-run stand between Chris Greaves and Mark Watt for the 7th wicket.