Where would Chelsea, Arsenal, Man Utd, Everton, and Liverpool sit on the Premier League table in the absence of VAR?

This season, Liverpool and Everton have already been embroiled in a VAR debate.


While the international schedule is in full swing, Liverpool and Everton will not be playing in the Premier League. But after the Toffees received an automatic 10-point Premier League deduction on Friday, things are anything but quiet on Merseyside.


Everton was fined after it was discovered that they had violated the profit and sustainability regulations of the Premier League. The Goodison Park team, however, declared that they would be appealing the verdict and expressed that they were “both shocked and disappointed” by the “wholly disproportionate and unjust” ruling.


This season’s Premier League controversy has largely centered around events that occur on the field, such as VAR-related incidents. A’significant human error’ cost Liverpool a legitimate goal in their 2-1 loss to Tottenham Hotspur, and Everton’s controversial goal against Fulham in August was chalked out. Last month, VAR was used in the Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Manchester United. After a handball, Mohamed Salah scored from the penalty spot and added another goal late in the game..

After VAR got involved this season, we looked at how the Premier League table might look if the technology wasn’t used. Taking into account VAR rulings that resulted in goals being given or disallowed by the system, including penalties, here’s how the table might look as it is right now.



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