Yorkshire all-rounder Tim Bresnan and Hampshire batsman Michael Carberry are back in the England side, as Peter Moores named his second squad since he re-took over his role at the helm of English cricket.
Bresnan returns to the side after suffering from a back injury, whilst Carberry returns to the fold after missing out on both the ODI series in Australia last winter and the limited overs series in the West Indies earlier this year.
England face reigning T20 champions Sri Lanka in a 20-over match on May 20, before a five-match ODI series and two Test matches ending in Headingley on June 24.
With bowler Stuart Broad injured, the side will be captained by Eoin Morgan, while Michael Lumb, Luke Wright and bowler Jade Dernbach all miss out after poor World Twenty20 campaigns.
Ian Bell also returns to the shortened version of the game, having last played in the format in 2011. The 32-year-old batsman was recalled by former limited overs coach and England bowler Ashley Giles, following an injury to Joe Root at the T20 World cup, but never featured in the tournament.
England T20 squad: Morgan, Moeen, Bell, Bopara, Bresnan, Buttler, Carberry, Gurney, Hales, Jordan, Root, Tredwell, Woakes.
England ODI squad: Cook, Anderson, Ballance, Bell, Bopara, Bresnan, Buttler, Carberry, Gurney, Jordan, Morgan, Root, Tredwell, Woakes.
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