Keylor Navas returned for the midweek Champions League tie against Paris Saint Germain and put in another brave performance as Real Madrid clocked up their fourth game in a row in the competition without letting in a single goal. However the Costa Rican keeper was still carrying a knock from the week before, and Kiko Casilla therefore replaced him again for Sunday’s match at Sevilla. However things didn’t exactly go to plan as Madrid lost 3-2, and the ex Espanyol keeper has let in more goals in two league games (four) than Navas had in nine (three). That allowed Barcelona to move three points clear of them coming in to the “clásico” between the two giants in a fortnight’s time, Claudio Bravo keeping a clean sheet in a 3-0 win over Villarreal.

Elsewhere Javi Varas (Las Palmas), Adán (Betis) and Oblak (Atlético) also kept their goals against columns to zero, and there were two other goalkeeping changes, Irureta coming in for Eibar after Riesgo aggravated an injury in the warm prior their match against Getafe, and Juan Carlos substituting Toño for the last ten minutes or so against Granada, the Rayo Vallecano keeper carried off with what appeared to be a serious knee injury. If midweek tests confirm that, Rayo may well look to sign a temporary replacement, as third choice keeper Cobeño is also likely to be out for some time. (10.11.15)

Zamoras Games played Goals against Difference
Navas (Real Madrid) 9 3 -6
Oblak (Atlético) 11 6 -5
Kameni (Málaga) 11 9 -2
Domenech (Valencia) 9 7 -2
Bravo (Barcelona) 7 5 -2
Areola (Villarreal) 11 11 0
Riesgo (Eibar) 9 9 0
Lux (Deportivo) 11 13 +2
Rulli (Real Sociedad) 9 11 +2
Iraizoz (Athletic) 11 14 +3
Javi Varas (Las Palmas) 8 11 +3
Toño (Rayo Vallecano) 9 13 +4
Sergio Rico (Sevilla) 8 12 +4
Adán (Betis) 11 16 +5
Guaita (Getafe) 11 18 +7
Sergio Alvarez (Celta) 10 17 +7