I'll jump in the fray and await a backlashing.
If it's all probability, then isn't it probable, given the billions of people on this planet, that some would have a precognitive dream? Even a one in a billion chance, means some have. There's nothing mystical or divine about it, it's just probability right.
I have no faith, and I'm on no jury here, but if "precognition in dreams is more likely to be a coincidental illusion", doesn't that already admit that it happens from time to time, only with a low probability?
Even if it was all down to math, and probability, and coincidence than wouldn't those rare, seldom instances still be precognitive by its very definition?
Everyone knows about Deja View. I only had it a few times in the course of my life, so it's a very low probability, and yet, everyone across all cultures and creeds knows it exists with different names. Why? Because it's a real phenomenon, although not fully explained.
Instead of sweeping it all under the rug, we should be examining it with a magnifying glass. It may not be answered with math and physics, but instead with psychology, but there is still an answer somewhere, and many more questions yet to be answered.
(That wasn't so bad and I think my back should be spared from the lashings!)