Real Madrid will be on the road for the second consecutive time as they face Braga in their third UEFA Champions League group game on Tuesday.
Madrid, for only the second time this season, dropped points against Sevilla over the weekend in the Spanish La Liga.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side had two goals disallowed before Dani Carvajal scored an equaliser after the home side had taken the lead in the second half.
So far this season, Los Blancos have failed to win an away game that Jude Bellingham has not scored, with the other being the game against Atletico Madrid.
However, they have an opportunity to bounce back immediately with the cup game against Braga next on the agenda.
The Portuguese side were 2-0 winners away from home in their last game and look certain to upset the Spanish side on Tuesday.
Braga have won one and lost the other of the two games they have played in the group stage of the competition so far.
They beat Union Berlin away from home after they had lost to Napoli in the opening round.
A win for Madrid will see them have a foot ahead in the next stage of the competition having won all two of their group games against Berlin and Napoli.