Premier League goalkeepers - 2022/23 power rankings

Ramsdale is enjoying another positive season with Arsenal
Ramsdale is enjoying another positive season with Arsenal / Catherine Ivill/GettyImages

As is always the case, the players scoring the goals have been the talk of the town this season, but some of those standing between the sticks trying to stop them haven't been half bad either.

Plenty of goalkeepers have caught the eye in the Premier League this season, with the likes of Nick Pope, David de Gea and Aaron Ramsdale leading the way in clean sheets.

Here's 90min's ten most in-form goalkeepers in the 2022/23 Premier League campaign...

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10. Neto (down 1)

Norberto Murara Neto
Neto's Bournemouth are pulling away from the drop zone / Visionhaus/GettyImages

Most people had Bournemouth down as relegation dead certs, but Gary O'Neil and his merry band of players had other ideas.

A tremendous run of form has seen the Cherries pick up valuable wins and there's been plenty of good stuff from Neto between the sticks.

9. Bernd Leno (up 1)

Bernd Leno
Leno is back playing week in, week out / Visionhaus/GettyImages

Fulham have had a goalkeeper they can rely on this season in the form of Bernd Leno, with their mid-table standing taking everybody by surprise.

The German has had a few blips but a penalty save against Leicester followed up by a clean sheet yields a small boost.

8. Jordan Pickford (down 2)

Jordan Pickford
Chin up, Jordan / Gareth Copley/GettyImages

Prior to the World Cup, Jordan Pickford was in the top three of the power rankings.

Everton's slide down the table makes his case harder to argue, but you only need to look at the number of saves he's making to remind us all of how important he is to Sean Dyche's side.

7. Ederson (-)

Ederson's not always the busiest goalkeeper / Stu Forster/GettyImages

Ederson doesn't have a lot to do in Manchester City's goal more often than not, and isn't really able to hit a purple patch of form.

But the team as a whole are motoring and picking up wins, which can only trend the Brazilian in the right direction.

6. Aaron Ramsdale (down 2)

Aaron Ramsdale
Ramsdale's been great / Julian Finney/GettyImages

Arsenal have had their goalscoring boots on all season but that's not to say things haven't been impressive at the back,

Eye-catching saves from Aaron Ramsdale have kept leads in tact and the calmness of his ball distribution - with the occasional mishap - has been invaluable at times. It's no wonder he was rewarded with a new long-term deal.

5. Alisson (up 3)

Alisson is key to Liverpool turning things around / Stu Forster/GettyImages

Champions League mauling to Real Madrid aside, Liverpool have tightened things up at the back during the second half of the season.

Alisson is still the best goalkeeper in the world, in all likelihood, and his 14 clean sheets leave him second only to David de Gea.

4. Emiliano Martinez (down 3)

Emiliano Martinez
Martinez is a large presence for Villa / Lewis Storey/GettyImages

Emiliano Martinez's antics may not be to everyone's liking but his performances for Aston Villa have earned his side plenty of points since joining from Arsenal.

Villa harbour hopes of European qualification, though their momentum has slowed up of late, and the Argentine has played a big part in that.

3. David Raya (-)

David Raya
Raya's performances haven't gone unnoticed / Sebastian Frej/MB Media/GettyImages

David Raya is a regular member of Spain's setup thanks to his superb displays with Brentford, and his form has even alerted some of the Premier League's big boys.

2. Nick Pope (up 3)

Nick Pope
Pope - signing of the summer? / Stu Forster/GettyImages

You could make a strong argument for Nick Pope being one of the signings of the season.

Not only has Pope helped propel Newcastle firmly into Champions League qualification contention, he became the first goalkeeper to save an Ivan Toney penalty in the Premier League. Nice work.

1. David de Gea (up 1)

David de Gea
David de Gea will earn a least share of the Golden Glove / Matthew Ashton - AMA/GettyImages

It remains to be seen whether or not David de Gea is the right goalkeeper long-term for Erik ten Hag and Manchester United.

But despite concerns over his kicking - and the odd howler when it comes to shot-stopping - no keeper has kept more clean sheets that the Spaniard, who will earn at least a share of the Premier League Golden Glove.

*Updated: 19/05/23