KARACHI (Agencies) - The PCB has confirmed that Pakistan would be touring Zimbabwe to play in a one-off Test and three one-day internationals in August this year, signalling the African nation's return to the longer format of the game. Zimbabwe, which ended up without a win against the top nations in the 2011 WC, have not played a Test since early 2006 when the country's cricket union voluntarily suspended its Test status, granted to them by the ICC in 1992. "We will play a Test match and probably three one-day internationals in Harare and Bulawayo in August this year," a board official said.