Revealed! Where do Burnley, Manchester City and Liverpool rank among Europe's best defences?

Burnley, Manchester City and champions Liverpool lead the way in the Premier League when it comes to clean sheets.

Wednesday, 22nd July 2020, 2:17 pm
Updated Wednesday, 22nd July 2020, 2:20 pm
Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane and captain Sergio Ramos pose with the La Liga trophy after Madrid secure the La Liga title during the Liga match between Real Madrid CF and Villarreal CF at Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano on July 16, 2020 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)

The trio have shut the opposition out on 15 occasions apiece in the top flight this term, with goalkeepers Nick Pope, Ederson and Alisson all in contention for the Golden Glove.

But where do the English representatives rank when the elite clubs from the top European leagues are thrown into the mix.

How do they fare up against the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona, PSG, Juventus, Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.

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The Serie A champions have kept 11 clean sheets this season

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Despite missing out on a Champions League spot for the 2020/21 campaign, Milan have so far managed to match Juventus' 11 clean sheets in Serie A this season.
Believe it or not, Udinese are still battling against relegation despite having kept the highest amount of clean sheets (12) in Serie A.
The Ligue 1 campaign in France was cut short, meaning the champions are probably in a false position in this table. However, after 27 games played, they had kept 14 clean sheets.
Getafe just missed out on European qualification in La Liga, finishing a couple of points behind Granada, despite keeping 15 clean sheets this season.
Dortmund conceded four goals of the final day of the Bundesliga campaign - against Hoffenheim at the Westfalenstadion - but they were still able to close the season with 15 clean sheets.
Barcelona lost their crown to rivals Real Madrid in La Liga having conceded more goals than any of the sides in the top four. However, they were still able to finish up with 15 clean sheets.
The outgoing Premier League champions have kept 15 clean sheets this season as Ederson kept his hopes of landing the Golden Glove alive when Watford fired a blank.
The Bundesliga champions managed to keep the opposition out 15 times on their way to landing a 30th league title.
The Premier League champions kept 15 clean sheets en route to their first league title in three decades.
The Clarets have performed remarkably as a defensive unit in the Premier League this term, joining both Liverpool and Manchester City on 15 clean sheets as goalkeeper Nick pope continues to fight it out for the Golden Glove.
Sevilla, who eased into a Champions League spot in La Liga, managed 17 clean sheets this season.
Atletico are renowned for their resilience at the back under Diego Simeone so it's no surprise to see La Liga's third place finishers culminate the season with so many clean sheets (17).
Heading up our table of clean sheets are the newly crowned La Liga champions. Zinedine Zidane's side lead the way in Europe with 19 clean sheets this season.