Premier League without VAR: Where Liverpool, Everton, Man Utd & rivals sit in latest findings - gallery

Liverpool continue their fight for a top four finish while Everton are desperately trying to avoid relegation.

Liverpool’s pursuit of Champions League football is still on after they secured a slim victory over Fulham midweek, thanks to a Mohamed Salah penalty. The Reds are currently fifth in the table, but continue to glance over their shoulder as Spurs, Aston Villa and Brighton look to close in.

Down the bottom of the Premier League table, Everton are still fighting their way out of the drop zone, and a draw against fellow relegation candidates Leicester City could prove to be an important result. However, the Toffees are currently 19th with just 29 points in the bank.

Both Merseyside outfits have just four games left before the 2022/23 season comes to a close and their fate is sealed. But where would they sit in the table if VAR was not a factor?

There have been a lot of discussions about VAR once again and we’ve taken a look at how the technology’s decisions have helped shape the current Premier League standings. Here is where every team would currently sit without any goals awarded or overruled by a VAR decision.

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