Who made the best save in Premier League history?
Tomasz Kuszczak will not be recalled as one of the great names of the first 20 years of the Barclays Premier League but he will take his place in the roll of honour to celebrate the anniversary.
The Polish goalkeeper, currently on loan to Watford from Manchester United, has made his mark in the search for the greatest save in those two decades.
United's legendary "Great Dane" Peter Schmeichel - a giant figure in the club's rich Premier League history - predictably takes his place with two saves in the nominated 10, but it is perhaps a reflection of the varied shades of the keeper's life that Kuszczak also has his two moments, despite being one of the league's unheralded figures.
Schmeichel's speed of reactions and athleticism are on display with saves against Liverpool and Newcastle United, while Kuszczak is included for a wonderful show of reflexes playing for West Bromwich Albion at Wigan and then for Sir Alex Ferguson's side at Birmingham.
Plenty of supporters will see their own personal choice missing when the public casts its vote but it is a guarantee that every fan will remember a stand-out save in those 20 years, whether it is seen in the wider picture of the Premier League or just a moment in their own club's story.
The goalkeeper's life can switch from brilliance to a blunder in seconds but there is much to celebrate in the feats of men who accept arguably the most unforgiving job a player can fulfil.
And the list shows it takes mental strength as well as ability. The longevity of the quality Premier League goalkeeper is demonstrated in those whose saves have been highlighted. It takes physical and mental courage to be a keeper - and the talent on display here is a monument to those qualities.
Carlo Cudicini, Brad Friedel, Jussi Jaaskelainen and Shay Given have all been around long enough to produce saves worthy of public consideration, while Manchester City and England's brilliant keeper Joe Hart can be regarded as the representative of the younger generation.
And when you see Sunderland keeper Craig Gordon somehow keep out Zat Knight's effort from almost on the line, you see how difficult the choice will be.
The standard is so high that keepers of the quality of Chelsea's Petr Cech, an outstanding and hugely successful Premier League title winner, have not made the list.
And while mistakes are often used to define a keeper's career, there are countless more moments of supreme quality that should be remembered from the men who, in football terms, live their professional life on the edge.
Let me know what you think is the best save on this list - but also what you regard as the best save you have seen 20 years of the Premier League.
And you can vote for your favourite save from the nominated list between now and Monday, 30 April at 20 Seasons of the Premier League