England last toured Sri Lanka in November 2018 and completed a clean sweep over the hosts in a three-Test series.
England have rested some of their star players like Joe Root, Jofra Archer, Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler for the T20I series and have included Tom Banton and Saqib Mahmood.
The 100-ball competition, starting in 2020, is a new tournament consisting of city-based franchise sides, breaking away from England's traditional county system.
Ben Stokes started trending in India as people from different fields started voicing their support to England's star player after he slammed a newspaper over a story about "deeply personal and traumatic events"
England's victory in the 5th Ashes Test meant the series finished in a draw for the first time since 1972, although holders Australia retain the urn.
Joe Root was left "bitterly disappointed" as Australia managed to retain the Ashes following a 185-run victory in Manchester.
ENG vs AUS 4th Test Day 1 Highlights, Ashes 2019: Steve Smith batted through Day 1 of the fourth Test.
England will also send Joe Denly to the opening slot for the fourth Ashes Test, sending Jason Roy down to the No. 4 slot.
Standing in first slip, David Warner was airborne when he grasped the catch as Joe Root came down the wicket to Nathan Lyon and tried to whip the off-spinner through the leg side.
ENG vs AUS 3rd Test Day 4 Highlights, Ashes 2019: Ben Stokes smashed his 8th Test century to power England beat Australia by one wicket.
At stumps, England were 156/3, still needing a further 203 runs to reach a target of 359.
Jofra Archer has been quite a find for England as he has been a handful for the Australian batsmen.
World Cup winners England, set an imposing target of 398 to win, collapsed to 97/7 in the post-lunch session on the fifth and final day before being bowled out for 146.
The umpiring standards in the first Ashes Test have been quite poor with Joel Wilson being under the microscope on many occasions.
England were 267/4 at stumps on the second day of the first Test, just 17 runs behind Australia's first-innings total of 284.
If the World Cup remains the pinnacle of the 50-over game, for England and Australia there's nothing quite like a renewal of Test cricket's oldest rivalry.
England will be looking to round off an already memorable season by completing a World Cup and Ashes double.
Joe Root set to replace Joe Denly at number three spot in the first Ashes Test match at Edgbaston on Thursday.