Oblak is one match closer to a new Liga record after a fourth clean sheet in a row, and if he lets in one or less (i.e. zero!) in the next two games he will have beaten Liaño’s all time best. None of the big three’s keepers were beaten this Saturday though, Keylor Navas helping Real Madrid to a 0-1 win at Real Sociedad, and Claudio Bravo doing likewise at Betis, at least until he limped off with three minutes to go. That gave Ter Stegen an opportunity to come on, and with Bravo probably out to the end of the season, the German keeper has a chance to stake his claim for a more regular first team place. Elsewhere Villarreal’s Areola came back in to the side as his team beat Valencia 0-2 to tie up the last Champions League spot, and there were key clean sheets in the battle to avoid the drop from Pau López (Espanyol), Guaita (Getafe) and Cuéllar (Sporting). López in particular returned to the line-up after Arlauskis was given a run out last weekend, and one other change on Sunday, Sergio Alvarez returning for Celta as Berizzo rotates between him and Rubén Blanco. (03.05.16)

Zamoras Games played Goals against Difference
Oblak (Atlético) 36 16 -20
Bravo (Barcelona) 32 22 -10
Areola (Villarreal) 32 26 -6
Navas (Real Madrid) 33 28 -5
Kameni (Málaga) 27 25 -2
Iraizoz (Athletic) 34 36 +2
Sergio Rico (Sevilla) 33 39 +6
Rulli (Real Sociedad) 33 42 +9
Lux (Deportivo) 28 37 +9
Javi Varas (Las Palmas) 30 40 +10
Adán (Betis) 35 49 +14
Sergio Alvarez (Celta) 29 45 +16
Cuéllar (Sporting) 30 48 +18
Riesgo (Eibar) 34 54 +20
Pau López (Espanyol) 34 55 +21
Guaita (Getafe) 36 62 +26
Andrés (Granada) 35 62 +27