The Zimbabwe cricket team is expected to shift focus to an inaugural 4 day test match against South Africa following the West Indies tour of the country.

Zimbabwe lost to the West Indies by 117 runs in the first test before a resolute innings by Regis Chakabva helped the hosts salvage a draw in the second test.

Attention will however shift to South Africa after the International Cricket Council (ICC) gave a green light for the staging of a four day test match between Zimbabwe and South Africa.

Former Mountaineers cricketer Stephen Nyamuzinga said Heath Streak will have a lot of work ahead following the Windies performance.

Zimbabwe will draw some positives from the just ended test series against the West Indies.

A setback will be an ankle injury picked up by returnee Kyle Jarvis with Brendan Taylor hoping for better form after struggling on his international return following a stint in the United Kingdom.

While lack of game time has been a major impediment for the Chevrons, Streak will be encouraged his charges will have an opportunity of featuring in a four day test encounter which is part of a trial run being conducted by the ICC.