Premier League table without VAR: Where Tottenham, Chelsea, Sheffield United, Aston Villa and more would sit

VAR does not spend a lot of time out of the headlines these days.

The recent chaotic clash between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea brought the system back into the limelight, as it played a central role in the tie.

Chelsea had two goals ruled out, while Tottenham had two players sent off in a game that never really managed to catch its breath.

It followed controversy in the aftermath of Newcastle United’s win over Arsenal, which sparked outrage from Gunners boss Mikel Arteta.

Initially introduced to reduce controversy, even staunch defenders of VAR are struggling to say it has done so.

But how much of an impact has it actually had on the Premier League table so far this season?

By analysing VAR decisions leading to goals, an alternative Premier League table has been developed.

It shows how it would look if VAR had not been introduced.

Here is how the table looks.