Plenty of coverage is given to the Premier League Golden Boot but little coverage is given for goalkeepers and their own race, the Premier League Golden Glove in which our captain Hugo Lloris lies in second place behind the league leaders goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.
Lloris has kept 12 clean sheets in 27 premier League games while Thibaut Courtois has kept 13 clean sheets but it has taken him 31 games to achieve it. In third place David de Gea at Manchester United has taken 29 games to keep 11 clean sheets and England international Fraser Forster at Southampton has taken 30 games to also keep 11 clean sheets.
the next round of matches see Chelsea take on Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday, I guess Jose Mourinho will have his side fired up for that one, Tottenham Hotspur take on Bournemouth at White Hart Lane on Saturday. Also on Saturday Southampton take on Manchester City at the St. Maty's Stadium.
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