Arsenal vs Manchester Metropolis takes place on Wednesday night time – and the VAR for the sport has been already been changed. 

Saturday noticed drama on the Emirates Stadium, with the Gunners dropping two factors after a dodgy offside name. Ivan Toney’s equaliser for Brentford was scored regardless of a transparent offside within the build-up that was missed.

That was one in all simply many unusual choices on the weekend, too. Brighton & Hove Albion had a wonderfully good objective disallowed towards Crystal Palace, whereas Chelsea felt aggrieved not be awarded a penalty towards West Ham United.

Arsenal had been one of some groups to undergo from poor refereeing on the weekend (Picture credit score: David Value/Arsenal FC through Getty Photos)

On account of the error at Selhurst Park, nonetheless, video assistant referee John Brooks is not going to be the VAR for Arsenal’s conflict with Manchester Metropolis this week.