The three ODIs, which will be played between Sept. 22-27 in Mohali, Indore and Rajkot, will serve as a tune-up for the 50-over World Cup which begins on Oct. 5.
Australia's final 15-player squad is due to be confirmed to the ICC by September 28
Australia captain Pat Cummins was left to rue "key moments we didn't get right" after his dream of leading the side to an Ashes series win in England was scuppered on Monday.
A spectacular Australia batting collapse at The Oval on Monday ended the world champions’ hopes of a first series win in England since 2001 but Pat Cummins’ men still hold the Ashes after one of the most absorbing and dramatic series ever played between test cricket’s oldest rivals.
Left-handed opener Warner has signalled his intention to retire from Test duty against Pakistan at his Sydney home ground next year
"Another wonderful game, right down to the wire," Cummins said. "Stokesy gave us a few heart-stopping moments and the crowd seemed to enjoy it."
The Sydney Morning Herald said Cummins had been "infected by the spirit of Bazball", the fearless brand of cricket that has brought England success under coach Brendon 'Baz' McCullum and captain Ben Stokes
But captain Pat Cummins struck 44 not out in a superb partnership with Nathan Lyon to see Australia over the line in a climax of suffocating tension
Cummins's men succeeded inaugural WTC champions New Zealand as international cricket's premier red-ball team with a 209-run rout of India at The Oval