Ahead of the Premier League's resumption, we look at the leading contenders for the 2019/20 Premier League awards, in association with Cadbury.
A host of Premier League goalkeepers have an individual accolade within their reach as they battle to keep the most clean sheets in the competition this season.
Intriguingly, the Clarets' shot-stopper is set to face fellow contenders for the Golden Glove in each of his next four matches.
He is due to take on Ederson's Manchester City, Ben Foster and Watford, Vicente Guaita's Crystal Palace and Dean Henderson's Sheffield United in succession. Also, a meeting with Alisson and his Liverpool team-mates lies ahead next month.
Race for the Golden Glove
Alisson won the award last season with 21 clean sheets and has the best save percentage in 2019/20 with 80.4 per cent.
Meanwhile, 23-year-old Henderson has a chance to cap his impressive debut Premier League campaign with the prestigious award.
The Dane will meet Foster, who has nine shutouts despite Watford being in 17th position, in his first match next Saturday.
Martin Dubravka, who has made the most saves this season with 117, is also firmly in the frame.
So is Guaita, who has prevented the most Expected Goals on Target (xGoT) according to Opta's metric.
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