The defending champions, Windies have left out Roston Chase.
Earlier, Namibian bowlers made a strong comeback after Ireland made a brisk start to restrict them to a modest 125 for 8.
Scotland chased down a modest target of 123 at the expense of just two wickets to register three wins in as many matches.
Chasing Bangladesh's total of 181/7, PNG was bowled out for 97 runs.
Andrew Balbirnie's Ireland will now have to beat Namibia to make the Super 12s.
The Dutch side had high hopes from experienced Roelof van der Merwe (6) but he also fell cheaply off pacer David Wiese.
Scotland grabbed the top position in Group B with two wins having shocked Bangladesh in their opening game.
In a game where result was secondary, KL Rahul's touch would have certainly made skipper Virat Kohli pleased as punch as he hit some breathtaking sixes off Chris Woakes and also treated Mark Wood with disdain.
Sri Lanka skipper Dasun Shanka said they are focussed on winning all three games in the qualifiers to be prepared for the tournament-proper in the best possible manner.
Thanks to Campher's exploits with the white ball, Ireland bundled out Netherlands for 106 after the Dutch had decided to bat. Ireland chased down the target with as many as 29 balls to spare at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium.