Top 10 Highest Scoring Goalkeepers 2019/2020

With the 2019/2020 season now at an end, it’s a great time to look at the highest scoring goalkeepers. This will put us in a better position for next season when it comes to player selection.  

1. Pope (Burnley) – 121 points
2. Ederson (Man City) – 116 points
3. Henderson (Sheffield Utd) – 107 points
4. Patricio (Wolves) – 102 points
5. Schmeichel (Leicester) – 100 points
6. De Gea (Man Utd) – 94 points
7. Alisson (Liverpool) – 89 points
8. Guaita (Palace) – 80 points
9. Dubravka (Newcastle) – 77 points
10. Romero (Man Utd) – 70 points

The goalkeeper position is usually a position I really battle with, this year I took a punt on Patricio. He didn’t have a good season previously, however I liked the look of Wolves with extra Europa League fixtures. This paid off massively based on his bargain starting price. This season also seemed to buck the trend of goalkeepers from the big clubs being the only decent point scorers. It was a surprise to see Pope topping the table and Henderson also had a fantastic season. I’d have expected Alisson to finish higher but given his injury early in the season, this would have clearly had an impact on the points he picked up during the campaign as a whole. Looking forward to next season, I’ll almost certainly be searching for another bargain. It will depend on the initial player values but I’ll be interested in keepers from team who are in the Europa League for certain. It’s also worth considering that if you do want to tap into Man City’s defence that Ederson appears to be the only constant, which might make him worth considering as a pick and stick option for the season.


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2 thoughts on “Top 10 Highest Scoring Goalkeepers 2019/2020

  1. Looking at goalkeepers in the Europa league:
    – Arsenal: Leno and Martinez are two good goalkeepers that are likely to swap regularly. Leno is favourite in the league games, Martinez in the Europa games so will split points so I guess that rules them both out unless one is injured.
    – Spurs: Lloris is number 1 and should be mid price, I see a price drop of 1m from last season so 3m say his price. You would want your bargain keeper to be less than that as Pope, Henderson and Patricio showed with starting prices 1.5-2m. Now Spurs kept four clean sheets so defensive work needed especially with Vertonghen leaving. Spurs have a good understudy keeper in Gazzinga who played well when Lloris was injured so he will likely to the Europa group games/cup keeper.
    – Leicester: Now we might find our goalkeeper. Danny Ward is the understudy keeper but not as good as the other seconds from the Europa league teams mentioned above. So good chance Schmeichel will play in the Europa league especially the harder home/away games. The bad news Schmeichel performed well last season so his price likely to increase from 3m to 3.5m, another mid range keeper – not exactly bargain.

    1. Couldn’t agree more. I think it’s going to be a real challenge finding a bargain keeper this season, especially one that is in Europe.

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