The Twenty20 games will be played under floodlights at the Pallekele International Stadium, a new facility near the hill town of Kandy built for the World Cup.
Sri Lanka, led by hard-hitting opener Tillakaratne Dilshan, will miss the now retired off-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan and sling-arm fast bowler Lasith Malinga, who is injured.
But all-rounder Angelo Mathews, the team's new vice-captain, was hopeful the bowling attack would look sharp even without the spearheads.
"Lasith and Murali are exceptional people and I think that while we have got talent, nobody can replace them," he said. "But there are good youngsters coming up."
Australia and Sri Lanka have so far played four Twenty20 matches, with each team winning two.
Australia (from): Cameron White (capt), Shane Watson, David Warner, Brad Haddin, Shaun Marsh, David Hussey, Aaron Finch, Steven Smith, Steve O'Keefe, John Hastings, Mitchell Johnson, Brett Lee, James Pattinson.