A 13-man Sri Lanka squad will start a 12-day residential training camp in Colombo on Monday.
The players and four members of the coaching team and support staff will be based at the Colombo Cricket Club for just under a fortnight.
They will stay in a hotel throughout the camp and have strict health regulations to adhere on their return after a lockdown was imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The players called up were not named, but Cricket Sri Lanka stated they were primarily bowlers and the squad covers all formats.
They will undergo conditioning work after a lengthy spell without playing early in the Mickey Arthur era.
Sri Lanka are awaiting confirmation over whether they will host India and Bangladesh in June or July when they get the green light to play again.