We often hear the commentators talking about picking specialised squads, and have seen teams like England moving gradually towards doing so. But let's take it to extremes: I'm interested to see you pick a different team for each format and explain why you've picked each one. You can of course apply this to whichever country you like. England Test XI Alastair Cook Keaton Jennings Haseeb Hameed Joe Root Jonny Bairstow James Hildreth Ben Stokes Tim Bresnan Stuart Broad James Anderson Jack Leach Dawid Malan Ben Foakes Ollie Rayner Toby Roland-Jones A couple of gnarled county pros in there: Hildreth provides some grit at number six (refer to his broken-ankled century for proof of just how much grit) which should hopefully help to stave off collapses. Stokes shifts down to number seven in the hope that he can go full-Gilchrist while also graduating to become the attack's third seamer. England ODI XI Jason Roy Michael Lumb Nick Gubbins Jos Buttler Sam Northeast Ravi Bopara Moeen Ali Chris Woakes Adil Rashid Chris Jordan David Willey Mark Stoneman Laurie Evans Liam Plunkett Reece Topley It perhaps isn't the same kind of brash, in-your-face England ODI team we've grown accustomed to, but this team still retains its flexibility and the ability to pepper the boundary ropes all the way down the batting order, and the importance of that is hard to over-state. I also took a gamble on Chris Jordan being a slightly better death bowler than he has sometimes looked for England. England Twenty20 XI Alex Hales Sam Billings James Vince Eoin Morgan Josh Cobb Peter Trego Benny Howell Matt Coles Will Beer Graeme White Tymal Mills Adam Lyth Liam Livingstone Jordan Clark George Garton I'm pretty sure this team comes as a surprise: if I'm counting correctly, the starting XI contains six uncapped players, and they make up almost the entire bowling attack, with a similar style to the reserves. My reasoning is simple: I'm picking those players who have been outstanding in domestic cricket. And every player in that side, except possibly Jordan Clark, has the stats behind them to do very well indeed. I'll probably do other countries over coming days.