Langer's contract extension will be up for discussion and both Finch and Test captain Pat Cummins are likely to be consulted by Cricket Australia before a final decision is made.
Wade had blazed his way to an unbeaten 17-ball 41 effort to play a pivotal role in Australia's dramatic five-wicket victory against Pakistan in the semifinal of the recently concluded T20 World Cup.
Finch said that Marsh copped unnecessary criticism all though his career and still kept his chin up, a reflection of the amazing human being that he is.
The attacking left-hander scored 289 runs in the tournament after being unceremoniously dumped by his IPL side Sunrisers Hyderabad.
The Australian team has come into the T20 World Cup three successive series it played this year in the lead-up to the tournament.
The contest will bring back memories of the 2015 50-over final in Melbourne when Australia beat New Zealand to lift their fifth ODI World Cup.
While Pakistan go into the game unbeaten in their group stage, winning the toss might help the Aussies, given 10 out of the 11 games played in Dubai were won by the team chasing the target.
Pakistan have won all five group league games but it's Afridi's fiery first spell against India in the opening Super 12 game that is now a part of T20 folklore.
Australia opener David Warner hit an unbeaten 89 off 56 balls while Mitchell Marsh scored 53 as they overhauled the target in 16.2 overs.
England are set to make the semifinals from Group 1 and Australia are battling for the second spot with South Africa.
Australia would look to enhance their semifinal chances with a win while Bangladesh will play for pride, having lost all four matches thus far.
Jos Buttler's quickfire fifty (71 off 32) and Chris Jordan's sensational bowling (3/17) powered England to a convincing eight-wicket win over Australia in a Super-12 match at Dubai on Saturday.
England's bowlers, with Chris Jordan leading with 3-17, tore through Australia at the start, with the Australians slumping to 21-4 in 6.1 overs.
Australia brought in spinner Ashton Agar in place of Mitchell Marsh, while England fielded an unchanged playing XI.
At one point, Australia were reeling at 81 for five in the 16th over, leaving the game evenly poised before Marcus Stoinis (24 not out) sealed it in his team's favour with two fours in the final over.