What's happening with VAR this season?
Premier League referee chief Mike Riley has explained the changes to VAR that will come into effect in 2021/22.
After criticism of the system last term, the Professional Game Match Officials Board (PGMOL) are introducing alterations that will hopefully see fewer goals ruled out for marginal offside calls.
Crucially, the lines used to gauge such decisions are to be made thicker, which should prove more beneficial to the attacking team.
There are also changes to the penalty interpretation after a record 125 spot-kicks were awarded in the division last season.
"Fundamentally, we want the approach to be one that best allows the players to go out and express themselves, allows the Premier League games to flow and means the refereeing team, both as referee and as VAR, don't intervene for the trivial offences," said Riley, the general manager of PGMOL.
"Let's create a free-flowing game, where the threshold is slightly higher than it was last season.
Meanwhile, the Premier League has confirmed four new referees for the 2021/22 campaign.
Jarred Gillett will become the first Australian to referee in the division and he joins Michael Salisbury, Tony Harrington and John Brooks in stepping up to the top flight.