Star batter Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, pacer Jasprit Bumrah are among the senior players who have been rested from the ODIs.
England nonchalantly complete a record chase of 378 to beat India in rapid time on the final morning of the fifth Test at Edgbaston.
At the end of the forth day, England score read 259/3, with Root (76*) and Bairstow (72*) standing tall.
Rovman Powell and Brandon King power West Indies to comfortable win
India remain in a dominant position in the fifth Test against England despite another superb century from Jonny Bairstow on day three at Edgbaston.
Only 13 overs were possible at Windsor Park on Saturday as the first T20I between West Indies and Bangladesh finished without a result.
Bumrah took three, Shami and Siraj added a wicket each
Wicketkeeper hits 146, allrounder unbeaten on 83 after coming together at 98 for 5
England and India will be squaring off for three T20Is from July 7 at Ageas Bowl and three ODIs from July 12 at Kia Oval.
Travis Head (4/10) and Nathan Lyon (4/31) destroyed Lankans in the third innings with their spin, skittling them out for 113.