Jordan has become a key part of England’s line-up in T20 cricket with 38 wickets in 43 games, including 3-42 against Australia at Edgbaston in June, but played the last of his 31 ODIs against Pakistan in September 2016 and the last of his eight Tests against his native Windies in 2015.
“I do have ambitions and aspirations of being involved in all three formats, but that is down to me putting in the hard work. If the guys in possession aren’t being pushed it’s almost too easy.
“Any time you get the opportunity to be involved with this amazing squad is something you look forward to.
“Any chance to put on the England shirt you have to grab it with both hands, whether it’s one game or 10 games. That’s part and parcel of being a professional.”
Kent all-rounder Joe Denly could also get his first action of the tour, having failed to make an ODI appearance in England’s 3-1 series win after being called up as an injury replacement for Liam Dawson after the second game.
Denly, 32, impressed in T20 cricket for his county last season.