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See How the Premier League table would look if VAR wasn't being used this season - Gameweek 22

It simply wouldn’t be a Premier League gameweek without a bit of VAR controversy.
After a weekend of FA Cup third-round matches - where VAR only featured at top-flight stadiums - the Premier League returned on Friday night as Sheffield United took on West Ham.

And it set the tone for the weekend - VAR ruling out goals.

West Ham were denied a last-minute equaliser after replays showed that the ball had touched Declan Rice’s arm before he set-up Robert Snodgrass.

VAR would go on and disallow a further three goals during the weekend, as well as overturning a penalty award.


But here at GIVEMESPORT, we try to totally ignore VAR.

That’s why, each week, we work out how the Premier League table would look without VAR.

To do so, we look at every overturned VAR decision from the previous gameweek and speculate how it’s affected each match.

So, how does the table look after gameweek 22’s controversies?

Let’s take a look:

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