Sheffield United would have had one more point, and finished in seventh, two places above their final league position if VAR hadn’t been introduced last season.
The Times have revealed the final league placings for all 20 teams. Liverpool would have still finished top but would have had five fewer points than the 99 they ended up with.
Manchester City would have retained the second position finishing with three more points. However, the rest of the top six would have been dramatically different if it wasn’t for VAR.
Chelsea would have gained two points and finished third, while Wolves would have remarkably ended up fourth, adding an extra nine points to their total.
Manchester United, who finished third. would actually have dropped to fifth, although there would have been no difference to their final points total.
Leicester would have dropped four more points and they would have ended up sixth, while Burnley would have finished eight and Arsenal ninth (down one place).
Spurs were effectively the biggest winners as they would have finished with six fewer points without VAR, dropping six positions to tenth.