Referee Lee Mason is going to be disappointed if he expects an Easter egg or two from QPR.
In fact, the match official had far from a cracking performance as Rs lost 3-0 to Crystal Palace, according to Karl Henry and Nedum Onuoha.
Both stalwarts held up hands over a poor defensive display that saw the game out of sight three minutes before the break.
But Henry reckoned Palace got an almighty helping hand leading up to the first seed of destruction.
Yannick Bolasie galloped down the left to centre for Wilfried Zaha to painfully convert at the back post.
What Mason missed it appears, was the blatant drag back on Henry leading up the goal.
“The first goal, I have never been so blatantly pulled back and no foul given,” explained Henry. “(Jason) Puncheon pulled me back and it was blatant.
"The ref wasn’t too far away, and somehow didn’t see it. Two seconds later, the ball is in the back of the net.”
In a game of four yellow cards, Henry and Onuoha picked up two of them, and it was the latter’s after a supposed foul on Dwight Gayle in the second half, that saw the normally unflappable Onuhoa lose his rag.
He needed the intervention by two of his team-mates to make him walk back to the referee ready to brandish the card.
“The referee was incredible,” Onuoha said. “I was the one fouled. We’re 3-0 down and he gave a free-kick against me. At some point it has to get to you.
“But the game was very disappointing. 20 minutes into it and we were comfortable, and all of a sudden you’re hit with three goals and in the Premiership you’re done.”