Premier League table without VAR: Where Leeds United, Liverpool, West Ham and rivals would sit - gallery

A look at where Leeds United would be in the Premier League table if VAR was not in use.

Leeds United are no closer to securing their Premier League status for another season following a heavy defeat to Liverpool on Monday night.

The Whites remain two points above the drop zone, and they are now heading into a hugely important run of games with the end of season now in sight. Javi Gracia and his men have their work cut out as they continue to battle against defensive issues. But where would Leeds be if VAR wasn’t being used in the Premier League this season?

There was a controversial decision during Monday’s game as Stockley Park failed to spot an apparent handball from Trent Alexander-Arnold in the build-up to the opening goal.

We have worked out what the table woud look like if the original decisions on the pitch were not revised by VAR. Take a look below to see where Leeds would stand...