Farveez Maharoof returns to the Sri Lankan squad after four years. The fast-bowling all-rounder last played an international game in March 2012.
Australia beat Sri Lanka by 16 runs to win the best-of-three match one-day international tri series at the Adelaide Oval on Thursday.
Chamara Kapugedera, the middle-order batsman, has been named as a replacement for one of the three injured allrounders in the Sri Lanka squad that qualified for the finals of the Commonwealth Bank tri-series.
A rejuvenated Sri Lanka excelled with the ball and in the field to cut down Australia's batting and then raced impudently to their rain-reduced target for an eight-wicket victory and a bonus point in a lopsided encounter at the SCG.
Sri Lankan seamer Farveez Maharoof has insisted that the team is not distracted by reports that batsman Upul Tharanga failed a dope test during the World Cup, saying the players have not even discussed the matter as they are focussed on the ongoing Test series against England.
Sri Lanka on Tuesday called up all-rounder as a possible replacement for injured paceman Dilhara Fernando ahead of their first Test against England.
Sri Lanka pace bowler Farveez Maharoof had to return home from Pakistan on Sunday after sustaining a groin injury during training.