Premier League goalkeepers – 2022/23 power rankings

As is always the case, the players who scored the goals have been the talk of the town this season, but some of those standing between the sticks to try and stop them haven’t been half bad either.

While David de Gea had his mistakes and Ederson didn’t really impress at Manchester City, plenty of goalkeepers did.

Seven rounds later, here are who we think are the top 10 of the season so far.

neto

Neto was impressive / Stu Forster/GettyImages

Neto started the season on the Bournemouth bench but had a chance after Mark Travers gave up nine against Liverpool, and it’s fair to say he took it.

With his best performances against Wolves and Newcastle earning his side two draws, he established himself as their first-choice keeper.

Aaron Ramsdale

Arsenal’s number one / Alex Pantling/GettyImages

Aaron Ramsdale hasn’t been as spectacular as he was last season, but that’s largely because, with Arsenal starting the season off to a flying start, he has a lot less to do.

When called upon, he remained a pair of free hands, which is more than can be said for some at other top clubs.

Bernd Leno

Leno is back to playing week after week / Visionhaus / GettyImages

The man Ramsdale replaced at Arsenal hasn’t been too bad himself, with Bernd Leno returning to his best at Fulham.

His performances against his former club and against Spurs alone earn him a place in this list.

Robert Sanchez

Sanchez was as solid as ever / Ryan Pierse/GettyImages

As was the case last season, Robert Sanchez was rock solid in goal for Brighton, keeping three clean sheets.

Jose Sa

His is one of the best / Visionhaus/GettyImages

Jose Sa continues to prove to be one of the best signings Wolves have made in recent years.

He made a few top saves when called upon, didn’t make any big mistakes, and his distribution was good too.

Hugo Lloris

Lloris made a superb save this weekend / Visionhaus/GettyImages

If we were to list the saves of the season so far, Lloris would be the best against Leicester, but that’s not the only reason he’s in the top five here.

He was one of Tottenham’s best players in almost every game. Still so brilliant.

David Raya

Raya could play at the World Cup / Visionhaus/GettyImages

You should really know by now, but David Raya is really, really good.

The Brentford keeper has continued to impress after an excellent debut season in the Premier League and has given himself a solid chance to play in the World Cup for Spain.

Alisson Becker

Always good / James Gill – Danehouse/GettyImages

Liverpool haven’t looked great for much of this season, but their keeper has.

Alisson has saved the skin of his somewhat dodgy defense on several occasions, notably in the Merseyside derby.

Nick Pope

Pope – summer signing? / Stu Forster/GettyImages

If not for a certain Norwegian striker in Manchester, you could make a strong case for Nick Pope being the signing of the season.

He was nothing short of brilliant for Newcastle, singlehandedly earning them two points with his stunning performances against Brighton and Crystal Palace.

Jordan Pickford

Pickford is in good shape / Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA/GettyImages

The fact that, despite this, Pope is not in line to start for England, speaks volumes about Jordan Pickford’s quality for Everton.

The highlight was his performance against Liverpool, in which he made eight saves, but he also performed well in all other games.

England’s number one and, for the moment, that of the Premier League.

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