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

Arsenal are one point behind Man City in the race for the Premier League title

Arsenal sit one point behind Man City in the race for the Premier League title after wins for both clubs in midweek.

The Gunners claimed a much-needed 3-1 win over London rivals Chelsea in a boost to their title hopes as City responded with a 3-0 victory over West Ham on Wednesday.

The Hammers remain just four points above the bottom three as they sit within reach of Leicester City, Leeds United and Nottingham Forest who are all level on 30 points.

Crystal Palace - and Chelsea - are all-but safe from relegation while Fulham and Brentford have enjoyed impressive seasons and sit in the top half.

But how might things look without VAR this term? The technology has again come under the spotlight this campaign, and London World looked at how the table may shape up without it.

Here’s how things could look heading into the remaining games without goals given or ruled out by VAR...

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