Seven clean sheets this weekend, including one for Claudio Bravo, who picked up his Zamora prize for last year’s best keeper in Marca’s award ceremony this week. He is still four points behind Oblak this year though, and nobody else is realistically in with a shout of taking the “gong”, unless something really weird happens. Areola (Villarreal) and Kameni (Málaga) did keep their goals against columns to zero this weekend though to improve their positions in the table, and there were clean sheets as well for Iraizoz (Athletic), Adán (Betis), Juan Carlos (Rayo) and Rulli (Real Sociedad). The Basque side put five past Espanyol on Monday, but they were divided up between two keepers, new signing Arlauskis letting in the first two before limping off at the break, and substitute Pau López coming on to let in the rest. One other goalkeeping change to report as well, Lux returning between the sticks for Deportivo after serving out a one match ban. (10.02.16)

Zamoras Games played Goals against Difference
Oblak (Atlético) 23 11 -12
Bravo (Barcelona) 18 10 -8
Areola (Villarreal) 23 18 -5
Navas (Real Madrid) 21 17 -4
Kameni (Málaga) 23 20 -3
Sergio Rico (Sevilla) 20 20 0
Iraizoz (Athletic) 21 22 +1
Domenech (Valencia) 16 17 +1
Lux (Deportivo) 22 26 +4
Cuéllar (Sporting) 16 23 +7
Adán (Betis) 22 30 +8
Riesgo (Eibar) 21 29 +8
Rulli (Real Sociedad) 21 31 +10
Javi Varas (Las Palmas) 20 31 +11
Guaita (Getafe) 23 35 +12