Premier League Clean Sheets: David Raya Closes In on 2024 Golden Glove Award After Chelsea Shutout

Premier League Clean Sheets: David Raya Closes In on 2024 Golden Glove Award After Chelsea Shutout

Joel Reyes
April 24, 2024 at 2:00 PM
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  • David Raya remain in sole possession of first place in the Premier League Golden Glove race
  • The Arsenal keeper extended his lead after recording a shutout against Chelsea on Tuesday
  • Jordan Pickford moved to second place after picking up a clean sheet vs Nottingham Forest

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The 2023-24 Premier League Golden Glove race is nearing its conclusion.

David Raya remains in the driver's seat after recording yet another clean sheet on Tuesday night.

Sports Brief looks at the goalkeepers with the most clean sheets this season.

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David Raya celebrates during Arsenal's win against Chelsea. Image: Marc Atkins.
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Most 23/24 Premier League Clean Sheets

1. David Raya (Arsenal, 14)

Raya moved ever closer to winning the Premier League Golden Glove award, recording his 14th clean sheet of the season in the 5-0 win against Chelsea on Tuesday night.

The Arsenal goalkeeper has been exceptional between the sticks of late, recording shutouts in eight of his last 10 starts in the league, per TransferMarkt.

With the clean sheet against the Blues, Raya extended his lead at the top of the standings to four.

2. Jordan Pickford (Everton, 10)

The Toffees will have to thank Jordan Pickford if they manage to avoid relegation this campaign. The English goalkeeper has been outstanding between the sticks for Everton, recording 10 clean sheets this season.

His latest shutout came over the weekend against Nottingham Forest. Pickford made three saves against Forest to help Everton move five points clear of the relegation zone.

3. Bernd Leno (Fulham, 9)

Leno dropped to third place after he conceded goals in Fulham's 3-1 loss to Liverpool on Sunday.

He has nine clean sheets in the Premier League this season, with his last shutout coming in the game against West Ham United on April 14.

4. Emi Martinez (Aston Villa, 8)

Martinez failed to move up the standings after allowing a goal in Aston Villa's win over Bournemouth over the weekend.

The Argentine goalkeeper has eight clean sheets in the Premier League this season, with his last shutout coming in the away match against Arsenal on April 14.

4. Andre Onana (Manchester United, 8)

Onana will have an opportunity to move up to third place later tonight when Manchester United host Sheffield United in their Premier League clash.

The Cameroonian goalkeeper has eight clean sheets in the English top flight this season, with his last shutout coming against Everton on March 9.

4. Ederson (Manchester City, 8)

Ederson is tied with Martinez and Onana for fourth place in the Golden Glove race.

He has eight clean sheets this season, with his last Premier League shutout coming against Bournemouth on February 24.

Arteta explains Arsenal's advantage in title race

Sports Brief recently reported on the Premier League title race and why Arteta believes Arsenal has the advantage.

The Gunners extended their lead over Manchester City to four points after recording a 5-0 win over Chelsea.

Arteta emphasised the benefit of them playing first before City and Liverpool.

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Joel Reyes is a sports editor at with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of the Philippines. He has eight years of work experience in sports writing.