The coroners appointed by judge Matteini found that Kercher had a sexual activity "close to the time of death," but based on the evidence available to them "it was not possible to determine whether it was consensual sexual activity or not."
Another important piece of evidence in the murder of young Meredith Kercher is a knife that was found in Raffaele Sollecito's house which investigators say has Meredith Kercher's DNA on the blade and Knox's DNA on the handle.
The experts appointed by Matteini concluded that this knife was "not incompatible" with the wounds found on Meredith Kercher's neck. Hence the knife could be the murder weapon, but the use of a double negative does not imply any certainty.
The experts also determined that two other switchblade knives taken from Sollecito after the murder were not compatible with the wounds.
These are the conclusions of the court-appointed experts, and the final decision on the confirmed evidence will be determined at today's hearing of experts from all sides of the case
"We don't expect anything surprising tomorrow," Maresca told ABC News, "but perhaps some aspects will be clearer."