Craig Kieswetter may be the main beneficiary of England's World Cup failure when T20 and one-day squads to face Sri Lanka are named on Tuesday.
The Somerset wicketkeeper/batsman, 23, has not played international cricket since last year but may be recalled in place of Matt Prior.
Stuart Broad will skipper England for the first time in the one-off Twenty20 game at Bristol on Saturday.
He will then hand the job to Alastair Cook for five 50-over matches.
The two squads will be announced at 0900 on Tuesday morning on BBC Radio 5 live.
It will be opening batsman Cook's first taste of limited-overs action since the tour to Bangladesh in March 2010.
England opted for a three-captain strategy in May following Test skipper Andrew Strauss's decision to retire from the shorter forms of the game.
Strauss made his decision after England were eliminated by Sri Lanka in the quarter-finals of the World Cup after only just scraping through to the knockout phase.
Despite that, the selectors are likely to resist making wholesale changes but they may consider the claims of 26-year-old Notts all-rounder Samit Patel in the absence of Michael Yardy, who is still recovering from depression.
And there could also be a recall for Warwickshire prospect Chris Woakes, 22, with Tim Bresnan still out of action because of a calf injury.
England may also wish to take a look at 25-year-old Surrey pace bowler Jade Dernbach, who has been in and around the Test squad since the winter but has yet to play international cricket in any form of the game.
Batsmen James Taylor and James Hildreth have both done well for the England Lions team but may have to wait a litle longer for their chance, while uncapped Somerset all-rounder Peter Trego could squeeze into the Twenty20 squad at the age of 30.