New Premier League table without VAR: where Liverpool, Everton, Man Utd, Man City, Arsenal & other rivals sit

In a league without VAR, where would title contenders Liverpool and relegation-threatened Everton sit?

After more than eight illustrious years at Anfield, Liverpool is hoping to win a second Premier League title in a season that will be Jurgen Klopp’s final one at the Anfield.

Right now, the Reds are one point ahead of the reigning champions Manchester City and tied for second place in the league standings with Arsenal. As the only manager to have won a Premier League title (apart from Pep Guardiola), Klopp will be looking to motivate the team to repeat their 2020 success.

On the opposite side of the table, Everton, a rival from Merseyside, is heavily involved in the relegation struggle after suffering a string of point losses as a result of both FFP and PSR. With one game remaining against Luton Town, they are two points ahead of safety in the league despite the six point deductions.

In the upcoming weeks, the seasons of both teams could be significantly impacted by the closest margins, including decisions made by the referees. Premier League supporters are divided on the growing importance of VAR and attention to detail. But how would a world without VAR affect Everton’s chances of finishing in the division and how would it affect Liverpool’s chances of winning the title?

Through our newly updated Premier League table without VAR, you can learn everything you need to know.

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