Premier League clubs to vote on scrapping VAR — here's where Liverpool would stand without it

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Premier League clubs to vote on scrapping VAR — here's where Liverpool would stand without it

Premier League clubs will vote on scrapping the VAR system in June after a resolution submitted by Wolves, requiring a two-thirds majority to pass.

The proposal comes after another season filled with many VAR controversies, including errors affecting nearly top-flight side, including Liverpool.

There are also complaints about lengthy checks and poor communication. However, the final Premier League standings are barely affected by VAR.

2023/24 Premier League table without VAR decisions

1. Man City, 88 points (—)

2. Arsenal, 85 points (−1)

3. Liverpool, 76 points (−3)

4. Aston Villa, 75 points (+7)

5. Tottenham, 63 points (—)

6. Newcastle, 57 points (—)

7. Chelsea, 57 points (−3)

8. Man United, 52 points (−5)

9. West Ham, 49 points (−3)

10. Fulham, 49 points (+5)

11. Brighton, 47 points (−1)

12. Bournemouth, 47 points (−1)

13. Crystal Palace, 44 points (−2)

14. Everton, 43 points (+3)

15. Brentford, 41 points (+2)

16. Wolves, 40 points (−6)

17. Nottingham Forest, 34 points (+5)

18. Burnley, 26 points (+2)

19. Luton Town, 25 points (−1)

20. Sheffield United, 13 points (−3)

AuthorGeorgy TzepkovskySourceCBS Sports
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