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How the Premier League table would look like without VAR

How the Premier League table would look like without VAR

Image source: Premier League

Premier League 2019/20 season concluded on Sunday with Liverpool becoming the champions. The Reds finished the season with 99 points, 18-points ahead of second-placed Manchester City. Manchester United and Chelsea finished 3rd and 4th, respectively. While Leicester City and Tottenham finished 5th and 6th, respectively.

During this season, there were many emotional moments considering the decisions coming from VAR.

So, how would the Premier League table look like without VAR? Express Sport have taken a look.

Premier League table without VAR

1st – Liverpool – 94 points – Five points fewer

2nd – Manchester City – 87 points – Six points more

3rd – Chelsea – 67 points – One point more

4th – Man Utd – 66 points – No difference

5th – Wolves – 66 points – Seven points more

6th – Leicester – 62 points – No difference

7th – Sheffield United – 58 points – Four points more

8th – Arsenal – 56 points – No difference

9th – Burnley – 54 points – No difference

10th – Tottenham – 52 points – Seven points fewer

11th – Everton – 50 points – One point more

12th – Southampton – 49 points – Three points fewer

13th – West Ham – 45 points – Six points more

14th – Newcastle – 44 points – No difference

15th – Crystal Palace – 41 points – Two points fewer

16th – Aston Villa – 37 points – Two points more

17th – Brighton – 36 points – Five points fewer

18th – Watford – 34 points – No difference

19th – Bournemouth – 33 points – One point fewer

20th – Norwich – 23 points – Two points more

According to the table, Liverpool would still win the Premier League title, however, with five points fewer than now.

source – Express Sport

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