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Revealed: The Full Premier League Table For 2020-21 Season Without VAR Used

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Revealed: The Full Premier League Table For 2020-21 Season Without VAR Used

Liverpool would be top of the Premier League table ahead of the international break if VAR wasn't used in England's top-flight league.

Jurgen Klopp's men are currently third in the table -- level on points with second-placed Tottenham -- and are one point behind league leaders Leicester City.

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And Liverpool have been on the receiving end of controversial VAR decisions this season, namely Sadio Mane's late winner against Everton being ruled out.

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According to ESPN's Dale Johnson, the Reds have had more VAR decisions going against them than any other club in the Premier League.

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Liverpool would be top of the league with 19 points without the use of VAR, climbing two places and earning two points.

Spurs would remain unchanged in second place, while Leicester City would fall to third place after dropping two points.

Posted below is the league table with each club's current points and points if VAR wasn't used.

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20. Sheffield United -- old points: 1; new points: 0

19. Burnley -- old points: 2; new points: 2

18. West Bromwich Albion -- old points: 3; new points: 3

17. Fulham -- old points: 4; new points: 6

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16. Brighton and Hove Albion -- old points: 6; new points: 8

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15. Manchester United -- old points: 10; new points: 8

14. Newcastle United -- old points: 11; new points: 10

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13. Everton -- old points: 13; new points: 10

12. Leeds United -- old points: 10; new points: 10

11. West Ham United -- old points: 11; new points: 11

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10. Arsenal -- old points: 12; new points: 12

9. Manchester City -- old points: 12; new points: 12

8. Wolverhampton Wanderers -- old points: 13; new points: 14

7. Crystal Palace -- old points: 13; new points: 14

6. Aston Villa -- old points: 15; new points: 15

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5. Chelsea -- old points: 15; new points: 15

4. Southampton -- old points: 16; new points: 16

3. Leicester City -- old points: 18; new points: 16

2. Tottenham Hotspur -- old points: 17; new points: 17

1. Liverpool -- old points: 17; new points: 19

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