It looks like being a two horse race for this year's Zamora prize, with five times winner Víctor Valdés and last season's best keeper Courtois already well clear of the rest. Valdés has the edge after the midweek round of games though, a 0-3 victory at Celta taking the Barcelona man one clear of his rival. It was another high scoring round of matches (spare a thought for Sevilla's Beto, who let in seven at the Bernabeu!), but in all of that there were still two score-less draws, between Kiko Casilla's Espanyol and Caballero's Málaga, and between Andersen's Betis and Keylor Navas's Levante, and Getafe's Moyà also managed a clean sheet at Villarreal. Andersen was only making his second start of the season in place of the injured Sara, and changes at Valencia and Bilbao as well, Diego Alves coming back in for Guaita after his month long injury lay-off, and Herrerín returning to the new San Mamés stadium after Iraizoz picked up a knock at the weekend. (01.11.13)

Zamoras Games played Goals against Difference
Valdés (Barcelona) 11 7 -4
Courtois (Atlético) 11 8 -3
Moyà (Getafe) 11 12 +1
Roberto (Granada) 11 12 +1
Bravo (Real Sociedad) 11 12 +1
Asenjo (Villarreal) 11 12 +1
Iraizoz (Athletic Bilbao) 7 8 +1
Guillermo Sara (Betis) 9 11 +2
Casilla (Espanyol) 11 14 +3
Keylor Navas (Levante) 11 14 +3
Caballero (Málaga) 11 14 +3
Diego López (Real Madrid) 11 14 +3
Manu Herrera (Elche) 11 15 +4
Diego Alves (Valencia) 8 12 +4
Yoel (Celta) 11 16 +5
Andrés (Osasuna) 11 16 +5
Mariño (Valladolid) 11 17 +6