How Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs fare in Premier League table without VAR as 20 mistakes found

The Premier League has issued new findings about the involvement of VAR this season.

The Premier League this season has been ruled by VAR as the modern refereeing system appears to cause more and more controversy as the years go on. Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur have all felt aggrieved and relieved by the technology this year, which the league has admitted is far from perfect.

In a new revelation, the Premier League has admitted that there have been a huge 20 wrong VAR interventions this season but it is claimed that the 'majority' of supporters are in favour of the technology. The Premier League added that the existence of VAR had led to a 14% increase in correct decisions.

The details have come from a survey set up to improve VAR, led by Premier League chief football officer Tony Scholes. He said: "VAR is, and remains, a very effective tool in supporting the match officials on the pitch."

LondonWorld looks at what the Premier League table would look like this season if VAR simply had not existed at all.

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