Norwich City’s John Ruddy makes top three in number of saves by a Premier League goalkeeper

Norwich City goalkeeper John Ruddy, who kept a clean sheet in the 0-0 Premier League draw against Chelsea, has now made 117 saves this season, the third highest of any goalkeeper in the EA Sports Player Performance Index and just one behind Swansea's Michel Vorm, who is in second place.

However, the Canaries also ensured Petr Cech was busy in the other goal, with the Chelsea keeper the busiest in the Premier League in the last round of games with nine saves.

Norwich have two players in the top 40 in the Player Performance Index, with Steve Morison in 34th place and Russell Martin 40th.

Martin has two goals as well as having won 44 out of 60 tackles attempted (73 per cent overall), made 75 interceptions, 37 clearances and 19 blocks this season

Andrew Surman once again covered the most ground for Norwich against Chelsea with 7.16 miles, just ahead of Bradley Johnson with 6.87 miles


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