Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech has the third-most clean sheets since 2013/14, with only David de Gea and Hugo Lloris having achieved more.

The 35-year old Czech goalkeeper joined Arsenal in 2015 for €14 million from Chelsea and is still to this day one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League. Cech has made 35 Premier League appearances for Arsenal this season, keeping 12 clean sheets.

Squawka football have compared the data from the last four seasons and Petr Cech has ranked third with 49 clean sheets, an average of 12 per-season. Manchester United’s David de Gea has 52 while Tottenham’s Hugo Lloris is in second place with 50.

While suffering from inconsistency in 2016/17, Cech ended the campaign strong with Arsenal and looks set to remain first-choice for next season. He was introduced to the Premier League in 2004, having joined Chelsea from Stade Rennais for €13 million, playing a total of 402 Premier League games (194 clean sheets).

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