James Belshaw has been a valuable asset to Bristol Rovers this season. (Photo by Dan Mullan/Getty Images)

League Two’s best goalkeepers revealed as Bristol Rovers, Northampton & Tranmere all battle for Golden Glove

The best form attack is defence and in League Two, goalkeepers have been influential

The League Two season is close to the finish line with just six fixtures left for most teams, with Bristol Rovers right in the promotion mix.

After getting through this weekend’s fixtures we’ll see an Easter Holidays double-header on Good Friday and Easter Monday, which will give us our football fix.

As well as team triumphs, there are also opportunities for personal glory and whilst it is a team game, winning accolades for yourself can be that added reward, that gives you even more of a happy feeling if your team are at the right end of the table.

Up for grabs still in the fourth tier of English football is the Golden Glove and there is fierce competition across the board as they battle to be named the best Goalkeeper in the division.

Getting a reliable shot stopper can be hard, for some clubs they have to borrow a young goalkeeper from a Premier League or Championship club, whilst others have struck gold and either had them for years or got them on a free transfer.

Unlike outfield positions, there is only one slot and managers very rarely rotate their keepers on a regular basis, as it is an area of the pitch that needs consistency.

That is why there is a competition for the Golden Glove, as most will have been entrusted to take their place in between the sticks and have racked up a number of clean sheets, which is partly down to them and then their defence.

Here is who is competing to be named the best Goalkeeper in League Two - based on how many clean sheets they have accumulated over the course of the 2021/22 campaign.

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