They can already start to engrave the name of Claudio Bravo on the Zamora trophy this year after the Barcelona keeper clocked up his sixth clean sheet in a row and his 23rd of the season in Sunday’s game at Atlético Madrid. This time though it had added importance as well as it helped the Catalans win 0-1 to tie up the league title this year with one game still to go. Bravo would have to let eight or nine in at home to Deportivo next weekend to be deprived of the coveted trophy! Depor’s Fabricio was one of only two other keepers not to let a goal in last weekend, although that doesn’t save them from relegation just yet, especially as the other clean sheet was for Roberto in Granada’s 0-3 win at Real Sociedad. The two teams are now two points clear of Eibar and Almería, but either could be overtaken on the last day. Córdoba are definitely down though, and they gave Saizar a run out against Rayo in place of Juan Carlos. Rayo also changed their keeper Toño returning for Cobeño as Paco Jémez continues with his rotations, and there were three other changes between the sticks, Keylor Navas coming in for the rested Iker Casillas at Real Madrid, Tyton returning for Elche after a one match ban, and Real Sociedad’s Zubikarai replacing Rulli, who was serving a one match suspension for accumulation of yellow cards. (19.05.15)

Zamoras Games played Goals against Difference
Bravo (Barcelona) 37 19 -18
Diego Alves (Valencia) 36 27 -9
Moyà (Atlético) 27 23 -4
Asenjo (Villarreal) 34 31 -3
Casillas (Real Madrid) 31 32 +1
Iraizoz (Athletic) 34 38 +4
Sergio Alvarez (Celta) 37 42 +5
Kameni (Málaga) 37 45 +8
Fabricio (Deportivo) 30 39 +9
Casilla (Espanyol) 35 45 +10
Guaita (Getafe) 29 44 +15
Irureta (Eibar) 32 48 +16
Tyton (Elche) 31 47 +16
Juan Carlos (Córdoba) 32 56 +24
Mariño (Levante) 31 55 +24