Real Madrid play away from home on Saturday night as they have to travel to Valencia to take on Levante, but that's no longer a problem for this set of players.
If Los Blancos are top of LaLiga Santander, it is thanks in part to their form away from the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu as, aside from the defeat at Son Moix, they've gone to tough grounds like Ipurua, Mendizorroza, the Coliseum Alfonso Perez, the Jose Zorrilla and El Sadar and picked up all three points.
Zinedine Zidane's side have done it in resounding fashion, too, winning 4-0 at Eibar, 3-0 at Getafe and 4-1 at Osasuna.
The Estadi Ciutat de Valencia is another stadium that the big teams often slip up at, but Real Madrid know that they'll have to be victorious in order to maintain their place at the top of the table, should Barcelona beat Eibar at the Camp Nouearlier in the day.
Real Madrid visit Levante as the best away team in LaLiga Santander, with a record of seven wins, four draws and only one defeat, which adds up to 25 points, more than the second-best record held by Sevilla.
In fact, of the four draws they have picked up, three have been at very difficult stadiums, such as the Wanda Metropolitano, Camp Nou and Mestalla.
The reality is that the place Real Madrid have left points on the table is at the Bernabeu, so much so that they have only picked up three more points at home than they have away, while Barcelona have achieved six more points at home than Los Merengues.
The main reason for this is because Zidane's side have dropped eight points with draws against Real Valladolid, Real Betis, Athletic Club and, most recently, Celta Vigo.
Last season, Levante made Real Madrid work hard to record all three points, with Gareth Bale scoring the winner in a 2-1 victory in the 78th minute.
Two years ago, Los Blancos drew 2-2 at the Ciutat de Valencia, while their last defeat away at Levante came in the 2011/12 season as they lost 1-0.
Source: Marca / Pablo Polo