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Arsenal’s eight-point lead cut, Manchester United and Liverpool tumble – How the Premier League table this season would look without VAR

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Manchester United and Liverpool have been two of the Premier League’s biggest benefactors from VAR this season, the stats suggest. Love it or loathe it, the video assistant referee is here to stay in our beautiful game.

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal side would only lead the table by three points if VAR wasn’t in play Meanwhile, United would be significantly worse off has assessed all 81 on-field decisions taken by VAR and analysed how the Premier League table would look had those decisions not taken place.

Had VAR not been in place, Arsenal’s lead at the top of the table wouldn’t be anywhere near as convincing.

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Man United would drop out of the top four, while Liverpool would be as low down as eighth if there was no VAR, while Arsenal’s lead wouldn’t be so commanding
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