England, who play Australia in Sunderland in a warm-up game on Friday, face Russia, Slovakia and Wales in Group B, which starts on June 10.
James Anderson claimed 10 wickets against Sri Lanka to take his tally to 443 and become the sixth-highest wicket-taker in tests.
England thrashed SL by an innings and 88 runs inside three days to win first Test at Headingley and so go 1-0 up in the three match series.
Following on, Sri Lanka were bundled out for 119. James Anderson picked another fifer as he returned with figures of 5/29 in the second innings.
The duo shared nine wickets as England shot out Sri Lanka for just 91 on the second day of the first Test at Headingley.
Alex Hales and Jonny Bairstow shared an unbroken sixth-wicket partnership of 88 to revive the hosts, who collapsed to 83 for five.
With England having selected just a 12-man squad, Alastair Cook took the unusual step of effectively naming his side 24 hours before the start of a match
Danny Drinkwater has been named in Hodgson’s provisional 26-man squad in France which starts on June 10.
A confident England side will head to France with a 100 percent record in the European qualifiers Group E, having won all their 10 games
Marcus Rashford made his Manchester United debut in February and ended the season with seven goals from 16 appearances
Danny Welbeck was England’s second-top scorer in Euro 2016 qualifying, with six goals in five matches
Carlos Brathwaite sealed West Indies’ World T20 win in the final after he smashed Ben Stokes for four consecutive maximums in last over.
Theirs is a repetitive narrative of heartbreaks — undone by a cocktail of brain freeze, nervousness and occasional refereeing blunders.
Needing 19 off the last over, Brathwaite blasted Stokes for four successive sixes to leave him with his head in his hands.
West Indies won the final against England by 4 wickets at Eden Gardens on Sunday to lift their second World T20.