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FPL so far: The top-scoring goalkeepers

Now that we’ve completed the opening four FPL Gameweeks of 2023/24, here are the top-scoring goalkeepers so far.

Heading into the international break, we can see from the Premier League table that champions Man City have continued from where they left off. The only side with four wins from four, they’re two points ahead of Tottenham, Liverpool, West Ham and Arsenal.

Meanwhile, promoted trio Luton, Burnley and Sheffield United already form three of the bottom four.

From an FPL perspective, it’s time to assess the stand-out assets using Fantasy Football Scout’s Members Area data.

THE TOP FPL GOALKEEPERS

Points

New Spurs stopper Guglielmo Vicario sits in first place, thanks to two clean sheets. Man City’s Ederson is the other one with a pair but has only made five saves – the problem of playing behind such a watertight defence. That’s why he’s down on 17 points.

None have picked up an assist so far but Jordan Pickford does have an own goal from Gameweek 4. Perhaps it’s too soon to bring that up….

Expected goals (xG) prevented

When it comes to underlying stats, xG prevented adds the xG of all shots on target faced and compares it with the real number of conceded goals.

Wes Foderingham’s goal has been peppered with 10.10 xG but only seven have been scored. Bernd Leno is next-best, which feels inevitable because Fulham have allowed the most shots on target (32) and therefore the German has made the most saves (22). He’s the sole goalkeeper with six save points.

Whilst the best save percentages belong to Alisson (90.0%) and Vicario (84.2%), the worst regulars are Robert Sanchez (54.5%), Aaron Ramsdale (55.6%) and Sam Johnstone (55.6%).

The latter two also have the worst xG prevented numbers of -1.80 and -1.60. Interestingly, they’re both at clubs where a new stopper has arrived in recent weeks.

Individual hauls

The most saves in one match is nine, achieved by both Leno and Alphonse Areola. The West Ham man did so in Gameweek 3, shortly after his 10-point haul against Chelsea.

On the same weekend when he saved Enzo Fernandez’s penalty, Bournemouth’s Neto did the same to Mohamed Salah.

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