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

A look at how the Premier League table might look without the use of VAR

The Premier League title race took another twist last weekend as Arsenal’s hopes were dealt a monumental blow with a 3-0 loss at home to Brighton.

The title appears to be heading back to Man City who are on course for their third-straight Premier League triumph.

There is still plenty to play for in the fight for the Champions League and Europa League spots as well as at the bottom of the table.

But how might things look if VAR was not in use this season? The use of the technology has divided opinion and caused plenty of controversy since first being used in the Premier League.

Only considering decisions when a goal was disallowed or awarded by Stockley Park, or when a penalty was given by VAR and scored, here’s how the table might be affected heading into the final games...