Newcastle maintained their unbeaten away record this season with a 1-1 draw at Wolves on Sunday.

It might not have been pretty, they may have conceded more chances than they would have liked while creating little opportunities of their own, but Steve Bruce's side left the West Midlands with a positive point after another late salvo.

Raul Jimenez's strike handed Wolves the lead in the 80th minute but Jacob Murphy's first Newcastle goal since January 2018 rescued a point at Molineux.

But despite the criticism of the Magpies' performance, the result saw this fixture break a Premier League record, maintain another one, while Newcastle have maintained and broken a record of their own by earning a draw at Molineux.

Here's the stats and the history you may have missed behind Wolves vs Newcastle.

A clean sheet remains elusive

Despite keeping seven clean sheets in their last nine matches at Molineux, Wolves failed to prevent the Magpies from nabbing a surprise equaliser.

In fact, Murphy's late strike maintained an incredible run of 11 Premier League matches between the two sides where neither team has been able to keep a clean sheet.

It is now the most played fixture in the competition in which neither side has managed to shutout the opposition.

The nine year record Newcastle have now matched

Despite all the doom and gloom, Newcastle matched an impressive record yesterday.

Following on from the opening day win over West Ham and their last gasp equaliser at Tottenham, Sunday's draw now means Newcastle are unbeaten in all three of their away games so far this term.

It is the first time in nine years Newcastle have managed that feat and, of course, they went on to finish fifth in the Premier League under Alan Pardew in 2011/12.

Fortress Molineux... for Newcastle

Wolves have an impressive record at home since Nuno Esporito Santo took charge, but the Magpies also enjoy a trip to the Black Country as well.

Newcastle are now unbeaten on their last seven trips to Molineux - a run that stretches all the way back to a 1-0 defeat in April 1993 when Kevin Keegan guided United to the Division One title.

Yet another draw

For anyone studying the form between these two sides, a draw was as nailed on a banker as you were likely to find anywhere on your betting coupons this weekend.

Sunday's stalemate was the eighth draw between the two sides in 11 Premier League encounters.

Among fixtures to be played at least 10 times, this fixture has now seen the highest percentage of games drawn in Premier League history.

You know what to back when Nuno's side make the trip to Tyneside in February!