Wolverhampton Wanderers have have drawn 21 of their 39 league matches under Glenn Hoddle, a statistic that should make the team the most predictable in the Championship.
But they are anything but predictable, which makes watching Wolves an interesting pursuit these days.
Many of these draws have been because of bad luck, the 1-1 scoreline against Preston North End last Saturday being a case in point.
"If we'd have kept 11 men on the pitch it was a game we could have won," Rob Edwards, the Wolves defender, said. Alas for Wolves, the dismissal of Vio Ganea, for a second yellow card, diminished their threat.
Edwards, the Wales international, went in for a tackle on Paul McKenna at the same time as Ganea, with the striker being shown his second yellow card of the game.
Ganea, the Romania international, had earlier equalised for Wolves but was booked for an over-enthusiastic celebration.
"Vio said he didn't think he should have been sent off," Edwards said. "I couldn't really say what happened. I just know that I looked up after we'd gone in for the challenge, to see the ref showing a red card.
"In the second-half we played a lot better after not performing as well as we can do in the first 45 minutes.
"We were desperately disappointed. We were creating chances but that second goal just didn't come. As a defender, I'm also really disappointed that we conceded from a set piece.
"We obviously want to keep a clean sheet in every game and we've conceded a few strange goals. But, I am confident that they will start going in at the end other end sooner rather than later.
"I don't want to make excuses but if we had a bit of luck then that could be the kick-start we need for them to start flowing again. We're playing well and we have just got to keep at it."
Carl Cort, the striker, is still suffering from the swollen knee that kept him out of the match against Preston but hopes are high that he will be fit for the trip to Watford on Saturday. Ganea will miss out because of his onematch suspension, leaving Hoddle with a conundrum.
"We'll have it [Cort's knee] investigated," Hoddle said. "But it leaves us without Carl, Rohan [Ricketts], Paul [Ince], George [Ndah] and Jackie [McNamara]. That's a lot of talent to be without. It never rains but it pours."