Premier League table with no VAR: Where Liverpool, Everton, Man Utd, Nottingham Forest & Arsenal would sit

Everton moved further away from the Premier League relegation zone over the weekend as Liverpool were displaced at the top of the table

Everton enjoyed another big win over the weekend as Sean Dyche's side moved further clear of the Premier League's bottom three with a 2-0 win at Burnley. Despite a 10-point deduction, the Toffees are already seven points clear of the bottom three and would be sat 10th and level on points with Brighton and Hove Albion if they had not been docked points.

Meanwhile, Liverpool were held to a frustrating 0-0 draw at home to Manchester United on Sunday. The Reds dominated possession and had 34 shots at goal but failed to create enough clear-cut chances as Arsenal moved top of the Premier League.

Liverpool and Everton have had their fair share of VAR drama this season but it had little impact on the two Merseyside clubs this weekend. It was involved elsewhere with red cards for the likes of Fulham and Brentford as well as chalked off goals for the likes of Wolves and Nottingham Forest. Following the latest involvements from VAR, we have looked at how the table may look without 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...

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