Premier League Golden Glove Odds: Raya given 86% chance with six games to play

Premier League Golden Glove Odds: Raya given 86% chance with six games to play

Arsenal keeper David Raya is three clear of Pickford in the race for the golden glove with six games to play.

After signing from Brentford in the summer on an initial loan deal with an option to buy for £30 million, the Spaniard has enjoyed a fantastic first season for the Gunners.

It didn’t take long for Raya to rise to become Arteta’s first choice goalkeeper ahead of regular starter, Aaron Ramsdale. 

He has played every Premier League fixture he is eligible to play since taking over as the main shot stopper at the Emirates in game week five when he achieved a clean sheet against Everton.

The Spaniard has gone on to earn another 12 clean sheets in 26 games and boasts an impressive record of 0.8 goals conceded on average per Premier League game. 

He currently sits at the top of the Premier League clean sheet leaderboard.

This puts him three clear of England’s first choice keeper, Jordan Pickford who brought his tally to nine against Burnley last week.

He will also have Fulham keeper, Bernd Leno to fend off as the German also sits on nine after a hard earned clean sheet away at West Ham this weekend.


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Premier League Golden Glove Odds

Keeper Odds Implied Probability
Raya 1/6 86%
Ederson 8/1 11%
Leno 25/1 4%
Onana 25/1 4%


There are six games to go in the Premier League and despite Arsenal’s title charge suffering a setback this weekend, the Gunners are still in with a chance and will need their shot stopper to be in top form.

They face Wolves, Chelsea, Tottenham, Bournemouth, Man United and Everton in their remaining fixtures.

The bookmakers seem to think Raya has this award all but won at a best price of 1/6 (an implied chance of 86%)

Fellow title chasing rivals, Man City and their keeper Ederson are second favourite to pinch the award from under Raya’s nose at a best price of 8/1 available at Bet365

Ederson is four off Raya, but their run in to the end of the season features three sides in the bottom half of the table.

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