Premier League without VAR: Where Liverpool, Everton, Man Utd, Leeds & others sit in final gameweek — gallery

Where would Liverpool and Everton currently be in the Premier League table without the influence of VAR?

With just one game left of the 2022/23 Premier League season, Liverpool and Everton’s fates are almost locked in. Jurgen Klopp’s side look set to finish in fifth place, while the Toffees still have to fight in order to avoid relegation.

Unless Manchester United lose both of their remaining matches, Jurgen Klopp and his men will miss out on Champions League football. Everton are currently out of the bottom three but have Leeds United and Leicester City both nipping at their heels.

The Blues must win their last match in order to secure their safety or they are at serious risk of playing in the Championship next season. Undoubtedly, these respective battles have been the main talking points of the term, but VAR has also been a hot topic.

But how would the current Premier League table look if the technology’s decisions had no influence on the current season? We’ve put together the standings while taking into account points won as a result of VAR awarding or ruling out goals. Here’s where Liverpool, Everton and their respective rivals would sit based on this.

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