A jury has retired to consider its verdicts in the trial of two Birmingham teenage brothers accused of repeatedly raping their six-year-old sister.
The panel, sitting at Birmingham Crown Court, has heard eight days of evidence about the alleged offences, which are said to have been committed between 2006 and 2009.
The defendants, aged 15 and 13, both told the jury that nothing sexual took place between them and their sister.
The older boy denies attacking the girl and another sister who is also younger than him, while his brother denies four charges relating to the six-year-old.
The mother of the children told the jury last week that she called in social services after the six-year-old claimed to have been abused at their home in Birmingham.