Manchester United and Manchester City goalkeepers have conceded the least number of goals so far this season. However, this is because the two clubs have defended very well. For any team to keep a clean sheet, the backline must be strong too. Today, we take a look at saves masters in the Premier League with two and three games remaining to play.
5. David De Gea- 110 Big Saves
Manchester United player of the year award has gone to goalkeeper David De Gea for the third time in four years. The Spaniard has been phenomenal once again this year to help his team push up on the table. The Red Devils are currently second on the table with 77 points with three games to play. The shot-stopper has kept 17 clean sheets. He has also made 11o key saves so far this season.
4. Matt Ryan- 111 Big Saves
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Brighton has collected 37 points so far with three games to play this season. They need at least a draw to secure their Premier League safety. Chris Hughton has done a great job in his first season back in the top light. He also made some important signings last summer to steer the ship against the big boys. One of them is goalkeeper Mat Ryan who arrived from Valencia for an undisclosed fee. The Australian has made 111 saves to keep his team in the game. Top teams will be watching him carefully next summer.
3. Jordan Pickford- 116 Big saves
Everton is now chasing a Europa League spot after a relegation scare earlier this season. Big Sam replaced Ronald Koeman when the Toffees were struggling to stay out of the bottom three. The former England boss has done a good job since taking over. Goodison Park is buzzing once again. The man between the posts has done a great job too. Jordan Pickford has made 116 saves so far this season. He is one of those many signings the Dutchman made last summer.