Premier League table without VAR: Where Man Utd, Man City, Liverpool & Arsenal would sit

There was plenty of controversy surrounding VAR this weekend after more Premier League drama

Manchester United and Manchester City both have the chance to respond to their weekend Premier League defeats as they return to Champions League action in midweek.

United's inconsistent start to the league campaign continued with a 1-0 home loss at the hands of Crystal Palace while City tasted defeat in the league for the first time this term with a 2-1 loss at Wolves.

There was plenty of VAR controversy elsewhere in the division with the PGMOL admitting a Liverpool goal was incorrectly ruled out in a key clash at Tottenham Hotspur.

A 2-1 Spurs win in that fixture meant City kept their place at the top of the table despite seeing their six-game winning run ended. Following the latest involvements from VAR we have looked at how the Premier League table might look without the use of the technology.

Factoring in VAR decisions that led to goals being disallowed or awarded by the technology, including via penalties, here’s how the table might look as things stand...