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What odds could you have got at the start of the season for Levante being joint leaders and for Munúa heading up the Zamora chart at this stage of the year? Pretty high we guess, but those are the facts, and the ex Depor keeper is currently leading the rankings. Munúa's opposite number this weekend was Willy Caballero, who himself was top of the chart earlier in the season. But the Málaga number one blotted his copy book in the City of Valencia stadium, getting himself sent off in the first half for handling outside of the area. Rubén came on to replace him, but let in two easy goals before the break. Another seven clean sheets this weekend though as well as Munúa's, including Courtois (Atlético), Valdés (Barcelona), Alvarez (Espanyol), Codina (Getafe), Diego López (Villarreal), and the two Robertos (Granada and Zaragoza). Valdés in particular is looking menacing once again, and he is now lying joint second, just one goal behind the leader. (19.10.11)

Zamoras Games played Goals against Difference
Munúa (Levante) 7 3 -4
Valdés (Barcelona) 7 4 -3
Javi Varas (Sevilla) 7 4 -3
Courtois (Atlético Madrid) 7 6 -1
Casillas (Real Madrid) 7 6 -1
Caballero (Málaga) 6 5 -1
Guaita (Valencia) 7 7 0
Roberto (Granada) 7 8 +1
Aouate (Mallorca) 7 8 +1
Casto (Betis) 6 8 +2
Juan Pablo (Sporting) 6 8 +2
Moyà (Getafe) 5 7 +2
Iraizoz (Athletic) 7 10 +3
Bravo (Real Sociedad) 7 10 +3
Diego López (Villarreal) 5 8 +3