1. Petr Cech – 202
2. David James – 169
James was good at every single club he played for. He begin his top-flight appearance with Liverpool, before hugely succeeding at Aston Villa and West Ham.
He also played for Manchester City and Portsmouth later, He once hold the most Premier League clean sheets record before Peter Cech flourish.
3. Mark Schwarzer – 151
Schwarzer is one of the greatest goalkeepers with his nice displays between the sticks.
He also played for Chelsea and Leicester towards the end of his careert
4. David Seaman – 141
Seaman is a goalkeeper that will forever be remembered in EPL history.
He spent 13 years with the Arsenal, winning two Premier League titles and four FA Cups, and First Division in 1991, Seaman is also England’s second-most capped goalkeeper.
5. Nigel Martyn – 137
Martyn doesn't have a chance to steer at England national team due to large competition, but that doesn't stop him from flourishing at club level with Leeds and Everton, He kept his clean sheets at club level. He also played for Crystal Palace.
He ended his career with 137 clean sheets in 372 appearances, and get 154 wins with it.
He ended his great career with ankle injury.
6. Pepe Reina – 136
Liverpool will forever remember Reina’s time with them, Reina become regular under Rafael Benitez.
He then gone on to play for different top flights clubs, including Bayern Munich, Napoli and AC Milan.
He made a return to the EPL with Aston Villa, and kept two clean sheets to his tally, He’s still steering it at the age of 38 for Serie A club Lazio.
7. Brad Friedel – 132
Friedel played for both Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur, but he will be largely remembered for his days with Blackburn Rovers and iAston Villa. He made as many saves as 771 across 450 appearances in the top flights competition.
He also had 82 caps for US national team, Freidel is also the record holder for the most consecutive Premier League apps with 310.
8. Tim Howard – 132
Howard went on to make 121 appearances. He had a nice performances at club level, His career started at the Everton with a loan move from Manchester United after he was frustrated by being left out, He made his stay with the Toffees permanent and had a sensation career there.
9. Edwin van der Sar – 132
Van der Sar already had a Champions League, UEFA Cup and four Eredivisie titles with in his time with Ajax, before he moved to England with Fulham in 2001.
He spent four seasons before he went to Manchester United, where he won four league titles and Champions League trophy.
10. Peter Schmeichel – 128
Schmeichel was Manchester United legend, he had an eye-catching displays under Sir Alex Ferguson’s reign in England for many years. He made a switch to rivals Manchester City.
He had a victory and draw in his Manchester derby games he played in blue, which ensured he retired unbeaten in the fixture in his entire career.
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