Shan Masood has been appointed as Pakistan’s new Test captain after Babar Azam stepped down from his leadership role across all three formats.

Pakistan’s group stage exit in the ongoing World Cup has brought about change, with Shaheen Shah Afridi to lead the side in the T20 formats.

With no scheduled ODIs in the coming months, a captain in that format has yet to be appointed by the PCB.

Masood, 34, has just completed the first of a two-year overseas deal as Yorkshire’s captain, in which he scored 720 runs in seven LV= Insurance County Championship matches at an average of 60.

England are another side who underperformed at the World Cup, and they have reacted by naming new-look squads for next month's white-ball tour of the West Indies.

An emphasis appears to have been placed on rest, rotation and renewal, with the limited-overs trip to the Caribbean, coming straight off the back of a gruelling six-week trawl of India.

The ODI party has some notable omissions, and contains only six survivors from the unimpressive World Cup title defence.

Bradford District-born Yorkshire batsman Harry Brook is one of those, alongside captain Jos Buttler, Gus Atkinson, Brydon Carse, Sam Curran and Liam Livingstone.

Bradford native Jonny Bairstow, Yorkshire’s Joe Root and Durham’s Mark Wood have been rested ahead of January's Test series in India and Test captain Ben Stokes is heading straight for an operation on his long-term knee injury.

But the omissions of Dawid Malan, Moeen Ali and Chris Woakes from the 50-over squad may prove to be more final.

Moeen and Woakes, together with Bradford-born Adil Rashid, are retained for the T20 leg, suggesting they still have a chance of next summer's short-form World Cup, but Yorkshire batsman Malan has been cut from both formats.

Despite being England's top run-scorer over the last few weeks, finishing exactly 100 clear of his nearest challenger, at 36 he seems to have run out of road, despite signing a one-year central contract during the World Cup.