England coach Peter Moores will announce his squads for the upcoming T20 match and one-day international series against Sri Lanka on Tuesday morning.
England take on Sri Lanka in a one-off T20 match at the Oval on May 20 and then play five one-day internationals beginning at the same ground two days later.
Moores, who has succeeded both Ashley Giles and former team director Andy Flower as coach across all forms of the game has several decisions to make.
The one-day squad is expected to closely resemble the one selected for last week's match against Scotland, but the composition of the T20 squad is less certain.
As the domestic T20 Blast matches are yet to begin, Moores has little to go on and may bring in some less familiar names such as left-arm seamer Harry Gurney who made his England debut in Aberdeen.
One definite absentee will be captain Stuart Broad who is not scheduled to return from his knee injury until the start of England's Test series against Sri Lanka in mid-June.
Eoin Morgan is expected to skipper the T20 side in Broad's absence.
You can find out who is in the England squad on Tuesday at 11.30am on Sky Sports News or via the Sky Sports Today blog on website, mobile and iPad apps