The jury hearing fresh inquests for 96 Liverpool fans who died in the Hillsborough disaster will visit the stadium today. All week they've examined computer generated images of the ground as it was in 1989 and seen minute by minute CCTV from the day of the tragedy.
Former Police Inspector Harry White told the inquests that he was told that fans entering the terraces should "find their own level."
A former police inspector has told the inquests he realised fans entering through an exit gate would head towards already crowded pens.
A turnstile operator has described fearing for his life as a crush developed at the Leppings Lane entrance to Hillsborough stadium in 1989.