LAHORE - Mark Gay, a British lawyer hired by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), has advised the board to withdraw its case against the International Cricket Council (ICC) over the hosting of the 2011 World Cup matches. According to a private TV channel report, he said the ICC had already kept Pakistan among the hosts along with India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, and just shifted the matches to the other three hosts due to security reasons. Therefore, the PCB case against the ICC held little ground. The report says Gay has advised to withdraw the case because they are the host of the World Cup and are also to receive the hosting money. Earlier, the PCB showed its plans to mend its relations with the ICC and the lawyers advise maybe the reason behind the boards change of stance.