Taking a look at their performances for their respective clubs in the English Premier League this season, Goal picks the best safe hands in the division.
Is it Manchester United’s David De Gea who has kept 14 clean sheets? or Thibaut Courtois who has continued with his impressive showings from last season, despite Chelsea’s occasional dip in form?
New import, Ederson’s performance in Manchester City’s goal has helped them amassed a 12-point lead at the top of the log. Tottenham Hotspur's Hugo Lloris has also come in big with Nick Pope making the cut. The 25-year-old has been crucial to Burnley’s early surge in the top-flight.
So Peak Milk ask, who is the best goalkeeper in the English topflight this term?