Premier League table without VAR - where Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and West Ham would sit
Here is where all the London clubs would stand in the Premier League if VAR wasn’t used this season.
Since the video assistant referee was introduced into Premier League football at the start of last season, it has been met with plenty of criticism and debate from players, fans and pundits.
Like most teams, Arsenal are a side that have felt the full effects of VAR and have both benefitted and suffered in various incidents throughout the season.
The likes of Bukayo Saka, Emile Smith Rowe and Gabriel Martinelli have all have goals chalked off, while they have also had a number of penalties awarded after VAR was used.
Goals, penalties and red card are all subject to VAR with over 100 incidents leading to an intervention from Stockley Park so far in the Premier League this season.
Using ESPN data, we have looked at how VAR has affected every result in the Premier League this season - and woked out how the table would look without the involvement of the video technology.
Here’s what we found...