Premier League table without VAR: Where Arsenal, Chelsea, Spurs & West Ham sit in surprise findings

The impact of VAR has been a continual point of debate and contention in the Premier League this season

Arsenal delivered a statement victory over the weekend as they followed up their win over Liverpool with the 6-0 hammering of London rivals West Ham. The Gunners led 4-0 at the break before two further goals in the second half rounded off a fine afternoon for the North London side.

VAR was called upon on a couple of occasions in the game, checking possible red card offences by West Ham players but in both cases the on-field decision stood. Elsewhere, Chelsea came from behind to beat Crystal Palace in an all-London affair on Monday night while Brentford beat Wolves 2-0 on Saturday, with Tottenham Hotspur earning a last-gasp win over Brighton and Fulham defeating Bournemouth. Wolves saw a goal disallowed against Brentford after Craig Dawson's close-range finish was chalked off by a straightforward offside call.

It was a rare weekend without too much VAR controversy, with the biggest point of contention coming when Nottingham Forest's Taiwo Awoniyi was denied a penalty by the on-field and Stockley Park officials in a 3-2 loss to Newcastle United at the City Ground. VAR also awarded two penalties for handball offences in Sheffield United's win over Luton Town, with both sides earning a spot-kick each in the relegation six-pointer.

Following the latest involvements from VAR, London World looks at how the Premier League table so far might shape up without the involvment of the technology - factoring in the major decisions that have been overturned throughout the campaign so far.