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Why there could be five more hours of action in the Premier League in 2019/20

by FourFourTwo staff @https://twitter.com/@FourFourTwo Published 15 min ago We are part of The Trust Project What is it? Next season’s Premier League could be as much as five hours longer than previous ones, as experts calculate the impact of the introduction of VAR. The controversial replay system will be used in England’s top division for the first time in 2019/20, which kicks off on August 9. With extra time taken by referees to consult with their assistants for video replays, it is expected that stoppage time at the end of matches could dramatically increase – with some games lasting as long as 100 minutes. Analysts from spread betting firm Spreadex compared matches in domestic...
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