The Premier League Golden Glove 2023/24 odds saw a shift after matchday 12, as the likes of Liverpool and Manchester United managed to keep clean sheets, while Manchester City and Arsenal did not.
Liverpool kept out Brentford by beating them 3-0 at Anfield, while we saw a crazy 4-4 scoreline between Chelsea and City, hindering both teams' chances of having a Golden Glove winner.
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Liverpool's shutout against Brentford means that they have now conceded the joint-fewest amount of goals (10) in the league, alongside Arsenal. The Gunners did concede at home to Burnley on matchday 12, but won 3-1.
That title previously belonged to City, but after conceding four against Chelsea, they have now let in 12 league goals.
Elsewhere, Englishmen Sam Johnstone and Nick Pope still lead the way for clean sheets in the league so far (five), but Crystal Palace and Newcastle United fell in 3-2 and 2-0 defeats to Everton and AFC Bournemouth respectively.
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Ederson (Manchester City) – 5/4
Despite conceding four times over the weekend, Ederson is favourite to win the Golden Glove award this season. The Brazilian has kept four clean sheets for City, only one fewer than Johnstone and Pope, and his team sit top of the league.
Having won the treble last term, City will be favourites to lift the Premier League crown again, and although not always the case, the team at the top is likely to concede the fewest goals, and keep the most clean sheets.
Alisson (Liverpool) – 2/1
Ederson's Brazilian team-mate Alisson is second-favourite to win the Golden Glove. He too is now on four clean sheets for the campaign, after picking one up at the weekend.
In second place in the table, Liverpool are City's closest challengers to the title at the moment, and incidentally both play each other on matchday 13 after the international break.
Nick Pope (Newcastle) – 7/1
Despite leading the way for clean sheets, Pope is only third-favourite to win the Golden Glove. Newcastle suffered a damaging defeat to Bournemouth on matchday 12, which saw them drop down to seventh in the table.
They have still only conceded 13 goals however, one more than leaders City, so Pope could have an outside chance of winning it.
David Raya (Arsenal) – 8/1
After taking over from Aaron Ramsdale (66/1), who kept one clean sheet before he was dropped, Raya is one of a number of goalkeepers on four clean sheets. Arsenal did concede to Burnley over the weekend, but still boast the joint-best defensive record in the division.
Arsenal are third in the league, only behind Liverpool on goal difference, and one point away from City at the top. They were City's closest challengers last season, and so will be expected to maintain their impressive start throughout the rest of the campaign.
Guglielmo Vicario (Tottenham) – 12/1
Despite the hiccups last week that saw Spurs concede four goals to Chelsea and two to Wolves in consecutive defeats, Vicario is still fifth-favourite to win the Golden Glove. His team have now conceded 15 times in total, the worst record of the top four, but the Italian still boasts four clean sheets.
It must be noted that Spurs had to field a makeshift back four against Wolves due to injuries and suspensions, and if they can get their best defence back together, they will have a greater chance of keeping more clean sheets. It's a process they hope will start against Aston Villa, in a weekend that will see four of the top-five engage in mutual combat.