The 20/21 Premier League table without VAR - here's where Brighton, Crystal Palace and Southampton would have finished
VAR continued to cause outrage during the 2020/21 Premier League campaign – but how much did it impact teams?
VAR is here to stay – whether we like it or not!
Controversy over how it was implemented, squiggly lines, handball decisions and more continued to be a major talking point across the season.
Some clubs and players will feel aggrieved over a number of decisions, but the old adage is ‘it will even itself out’ over the course of a campaign.
But is that true?
Research from The Sun has detailed how the top-flight would have finished had VAR not been in play last season.
In the end, did it benefit or prove problematic for Graham Potter’s side on their way to sealing a 16th-placed finish, or if video assistants hadn’t been in place, would they have actually gone down?
Find out below: