Four footballers accused of sex assault and voyeurism are awaiting the decision of a jury at the Old Bailey this morning.
Anton Rodgers, 20, George Barker, 21, and Lewis Dunk, 21, from Brighton, and Steve Cook, 21, from St Leonards, deny the charges.
Last Friday the judge summed up the evidence from both sides before sending the jury out to consider their verdict.
Last Thursday defence barristers gave their closing statements with each of them saying the woman's evidence was unreliable.
Judge Charles Wide gave instructions to the jury, telling them to make a 'cool, dispassionate analysis of the evidence'.
Last Wednesday, Lewis Dunk said he was in the room but did not see or hear anything because he was on the phone to a cheerleader.
Anton Rodgers said in his defence that he had exposed himself and taken pictures but it was just "boy banter".
Last Monday, George Barker, said he had exposed himself, posed for a picture and seen four photos on Anton Rodgers' phone.
On Friday, January 25 Albion player Ben Sampayo told the Old Bailey how he had seen his colleagues 'giggling' while looking at pictures of the incident
On Thursday, January 24 the victim broke down in the witness box, shouting that the players had "taunted" her.
On Wednesday, January 23 the victim was accused of being a "prolific liar" who had sought relationships with footballers.
Last Tuesday, January 22 the court was told the four footballers were a group of "arrogant young men" who took advantage of the unconscious young woman after the first game at the Amex stadium.
The trial began with the jury being sworn in on Monday, January 21.
The trial continues.