Anyone old enough to remember when Iker Casillas and Víctor Valdés both missed a league game on the same weekend? Thought not! This week they did though, Adán making his first league start for Real Madrid after Casillas was sent off last week just one game short of 100 in a row, and Pinto stepping in for Valdés after he picked up an injury in training. The Barcelona keeper had made 61 straight league appearances, and he may be out for a week or two before probably returning for the Champions League game against Arsenal. Sevilla's Palop also missed out again this weekend after picking up another injury, Javi Varas his able deputy for the sixth time this season, and Málaga's new signing Willy Caballero made his debut for his Pellegrini's side, the fifth keeper the team have used in the current campaign. Adán and Varas in particular kept clean sheets in the lowest scoring round of games this year, and De Gea (Atlético), Ricardo (Osasuna), Toño (Racing), Bravo (Real Sociedad), Cuéllar (Sporting) and Guaita (Valencia) also kept their goals against columns to zero this weekend. (23.02.11)

Zamoras Games played Goals against Difference
Valdés (Barcelona) 23 12 -11
Casillas (Real Madrid) 22 19 -3
Diego López (Villarreal) 23 23 0
Aranzubia (Deportivo) 17 23 +6
Ricardo (Osasuna) 23 30 +7
Kameni (Espanyol) 19 26 +7
Reina (Levante) 17 24 +7
De Gea (Atlético Madrid) 23 31 +8
Aouate (Mallorca) 22 30 +8
Codina (Getafe) 17 25 +8
Juan Pablo (Sporting) 15 23 +8
Iraizoz (Athletic) 23 32 +9
Palop (Sevilla) 18 27 +9
Leo Franco (Zaragoza) 16 25 +9
Toño (Racing) 23 33 +10