Coach Ashley Giles has hinted at the inclusion of seamer Stuart Meaker, batsman Jos Buttler and spinner Danny Briggs for Wednesday and Sunday's fourth and fifth ODIs against India.
The tourists are two-one down in the five-match series after a 127-run defeat in Kochi and a seven-wicket loss in Ranchi, leaving Giles to consider the makeup of the the must-win fixtures in Mohali and Dharamsala.
Buttler might be selected ahead of the left-handed Eoin Morgan, who has scored a mere 41 runs in three matches, while Meaker is in the running for a berth ahead of fellow right-armers Tim Bresnan, Chris Woakes, and Jade Dernbach.
The left-arm spin of Briggs, meanwhile, could provide a fruitful alternative to a slow-bowling department lined with the services of right-armers Joe Root and James Tredwell - and the infrequency of Samit Patel.
"Changes are something that myself, Alastair Cook and the coaches will talk about. We've got options and part of this trip is to look at those options, because we're missing some senior players," said Giles.
"This group has been very refreshing and what we want to avoid is them just feeling beaten up. We have to pick the best team to win the next game of cricket. That will be a hot topic over the next day or two.
"You have to analyse where you've gone wrong, look at your personnel, pull those things together and ask "are we getting it right? Is this the right mix? Are they the right people?'"
Batsman Kevin Pietersen, meanwhile, has escaped punishment for an incident of dissent in Ranchi. The right-hander was dealt a mere warning after lingering at the crease and then shaking his head when given out caught behind to a delivery from seamer Ishant Sharma that appeared to have brushed his thigh.