New Premier League table without VAR: where Man Utd, Man City, Liverpool, Newcastle and Arsenal sit

Where title challengers Man City and European hopefuls Man Utd would sit in a league without VAR

Manchester City are aiming to break a new record as they hunt down a fourth consecutive Premier League title. If the Citizens are to win the league this season they would surpass the achievements of both Liverpool and Manchester United who have won the league three times in a row on several occasions.

City are involved in a three-horse race for the title and the narrowest margins could decide if it is them or rivals Liverpool and Arsenal that reign victorious come the end of the season. The increasing influence of VAR and attention to detail has divided opinion with Premier League fans, but how would City’s title chances be impacted in a world without VAR and how would it impact the Red Devils’ chances of achieving a European finish.

Here’s all you need to know through our new updated Premier League table without VAR.

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