All-time Premier League table without VAR: Where Man Utd, Man City & Liverpool sit since 2019 - gallery

Man Utd and Man City have been involved in plenty of VAR debates since the technology was introduced in the Premier League.

VAR was introduced in the Premier League in 2019 but the technology has only served to amplify the debate around refereeing decisions rather than lessen it. Plenty of managers have come out to express their dissatisfaction with some of the calls from Stockley Park - and in some cases the lack of intervention from VAR.

Since the 2019-20 season, Manchester City have won all but one league title when Liverpool breezed to the 2019-20 Premier League crown. Since VAR was introduced, it has been involved 60 times in Manchester United fixtures, and 50 times in City games. Some have called for VAR to be scrapped amid frustration around the implementation of the technology while others have called for it's influence to be reigned in.

Looking back to the start of the 2019-20 season until now, we have worked out how many points that have been gained or lost due to VAR decisions for all 26 sides who have played in the Premier League since August 2019. And here's how it has impacted the two Manchester clubs...

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