Premier League table without VAR: Where Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and West Ham sit in final findings

A look at how the Premier League table might look without the impact of VAR this season

Another Premier League season is done and dusted with Arsenal making a return to the Champions League after finishing second in the table.

The Gunners sat top of the table for much of the season but were unable to end their wait for a league title amid Manchester City’s incredible finish to the campaign.

Brentford and Fulham enjoyed strong seasons as they both finished in the top half while Crystal Palace were 11th, a point and a place above Chelsea who endured a miserable campaign.

West Ham claimed a 14th-placed finish as they prepare for the Europa Conference League final while Tottenham Hotspur ended the season in 8th.

VAR was a big talking point again this season and we looked at how the table might have looked if the technology was not used.

Taking into account how every overturned decision may have impacted the results of games this season, here’s how the table could look without VAR...