Observations of the fine tuning in the initial conditions, constants, and laws of physics necessary for life have rather decisively shown that our universe is indeed miraculously unlikely, unless there are infinite other universes or bounces out there. The multiverse is unobservable, and even if it were true wouldn't get rid of fine tuning, this time at the level of the universe generating mechanism. Bouncing universes suffer from the problem of the energy required to keep bouncing.
Neither multiverse nor cyclical models escape the need to explain the origin of such an incredibly fine tuned universe. As in molecular biology, the more we know the harder it is to deny design as a superior explanation to chance, in my opinion. Follow the evidence wherever it leads.