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The first Test is in Dubai from October 7 with the second in Abu Dhabi from October 16.
Among the five debutants are Queensland trio Michael Neser, Brendan Doggett and Marnus Labuschagne, South Australia's Travis Head and Victoria's Aaron Finch.
The player charter is being developed in the wake of a ball-tampering scandal in March that rocked the game and cost captain Steve Smith and his deputy David Warner their jobs.
Finch displayed an impressive form in the recently-concluded T20I tri-series, emerging as the leading run-scorer after smashing 306 runs at the strike rate of 201.31 in five innings.
Finch was involved as England completed their first 5-0 sweep of Australia in any format in more than 140 years of men's cricket between the arch-rivals.
Buttler scored 275 runs in the ODI series against Australia with three not-outs including scores of 91*, 54* and 110*.
Australia have won the World Cup five times and Paine believes they can draw on a reservoir of knockout knowledge come next year's edition.
Australia too made just the one change, with fast bowler Billy Stanlake, fit again after a toe injury, replacing fellow paceman Kane Richardson.
Plunkett does not feel sorry for Australia as they continue to cope with the fall-out from the ball-tampering scandal that overshadowed their tour of South Africa.
David Willey ended the match with six overs left when he drove Australia debutant medium-pacer Michael Neser for six.
Australia, who won the 1999 World Cup final at Lord's, may need to improve their ODI form if they are to reach next year's showpiece match and be crowned champions.
Finch was the hot favourite to take the reins of both T20 and ODI teams as Steve Smith and David Warner are suspended for 12 months for their involvement in the ball-tampering scandal.
Disgraced former vice-captain Warner is serving a year-long suspension for his part in the plan to use sandpaper to tamper with the ball during the third Test in South Africa in March.
The five-match ODI series in England will be the Australian team's first outing since the disastrous South African tour and the players are sure to face intense scrutiny.
The ball-tampering scandal during the third Test in South Africa last month stunned the sport and sparked reviews into the culture within Australian cricket.