A cricketer accused of committing rape during a sexual conquest "game" had slept with 20 women during a similar competition a year earlier, a court has heard.
Former Worcestershire all-rounder Alex Hepburn denies raping a woman who claims he began attacking her while she was asleep at his flat in Worcester in April 2017.
A re-trial at the city's Crown Court has been told the complainant contacted police after realising she was in bed with Hepburn and not his then team-mate Joe Clarke.
Prosecutors allege Hepburn, then aged 21, raped the woman, who was also aged in her 20s, in a bedroom while Clarke, who had been sick, was asleep in a bathroom.
During his evidence on the third day of his trial, Hepburn said the woman made eye contact with him and then kissed him, instigating a "normal" sexual encounter lasting around 20 minutes.
Hepburn - who posted the rules of the competition on a WhatsApp group in the week before the alleged rape - told jurors he was left confused when the woman pushed him off and asked: "Where's Joe?"
Australian-born Hepburn, who came to the UK aged 17 to join Worcestershire, said of the alleged rape: "I got onto the mattress, that's when I first realised there was a woman in the bed.
"This woman rolled towards me, we made eye contact and she kissed me."
Hepburn, now 23, added that he could see the woman's eyes were open and she had instigated the kissing at his flat in Portland Street, Worcester.
"She was engaging in the act so I presumed she was enjoying it," Hepburn said.
Asked about the moment the woman is alleged to have realised she was not with Mr Clarke, Hepburn added: "She said 'what are you doing?' to which I replied 'What do you mean?'
"I was confused why she had asked me that question. It was no different to a normal sexual encounter."
Hepburn's defence barrister, Michelle Heeley QC, asked him: "Had it occurred to you that she might have thought she was having sex with Joe as opposed to you?"
Hepburn answered: "No."
The court has heard the alleged victim, who had been drinking wine and spirits, had earlier had consensual sex with Clarke, who she had met in a nightclub.
At the start of around 90 minutes of testimony, Hepburn admitted he sent "disgusting, horrible and embarrassing" WhatsApp messages while setting the rules of the sexual conquest competition.
Jurors were told Hepburn jokingly referred to rape in one of the messages on the "stat chat" group set up to keep a score of women its members had slept with.
Describing the group as a silly competition, Hepburn said some of the messages referred to threesomes - while another confirmed that women who cricketers had previously slept with did not count.
During cross-examination, Hepburn told prosecutor Miranda Moore QC that up to six cricketers had taken part in the so-called stat game in 2016.
Hepburn then denied that he had regarded himself as "God's gift to women" and dismissed a rule of the game stipulating that women should be rated out of ten as "just immature chat to speak with each other".
Asked to give a "ball-park" figure for his score the previous year, Hepburn told the court: "20."
At the conclusion of her questioning, Ms Moore said to Hepburn: "Is not this evening the culmination of this unpleasant game you were playing that night - coming back and thinking you will get one over on Joe?"
Hepburn, who denies two counts of rape, answered: "No."
The trial continues.