Premier League curtains will come down this weekend. The final fixture kickoff will be at the same time on Sunday. Top four battle is still on but the relegation fight is almost over. Manchester City has already received their crown. Stoke City and West Brom time in the top flight is over. Today, we want to give a special attention to a department normally ignored. The focus is Golden Gloves race and goalkeepers leading in the race to lift the coveted award.

5. Petr Cech- 11 Clean Sheets

Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech has only managed 11 clean sheets so far this season in the Premier League. The all-time record holder will hope the Gunners defense can improve next season to keep it tighter at the back. The Czech Republic international is enjoying his final days in the game. It will be tricky for him when a new manager comes.

4. Hugo Lloris- 14 clean sheets

Tottenham Hotspurs will certainly finish in top four places this season. In fact, if they win their two remaining matches, they will occupy the third place. Hugo Lloris will be pleased with his job so far because he has kept 14 clean sheets. He has a tight defense in front of him which of course helps to keep the ball out of the net. However, the France international is a top shot-stopper.

3. Thibaut Courtois- 15 Clean Sheets

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Chelsea man between the posts Thibaut Courtois has not enjoyed a great season. The Blues defense has been changed several times and this affects consistency. The Belgian number one has kept 15 clean sheets so far this season. The defending Champions are now 5th on the table, 2 points behind the fourth. The Belgian has no chance of lifting the Golden Boot this season but he has done well.

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