The stoppers from Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham also feature.
Getting to the top of the Premier League is as much about stopping goals as it is about scoring them and every good defence needs a reliable goalkeeper.
So here is an analysis of the top five team’s stoppers, based on how many goals they’ve conceded, clean-sheets they’ve kept and how many saves they make to each goal conceded.
Statistics courtesy of Squawka.
5. Joe Hart, Manchester City
Games played: 18.
Goals conceded: 20.
Saves per goal: 1.67.
It’s been a tough season for the England No.1, who’s mistakes cost him a place between the sticks to Costel Pantilimon but has now regained that spot.
City score plenty of goals but could probably do with shoring up a bit at the back and that starts with Hart.