In The Ref Show studio this week Alan Biggs was joined by former West Brom and Sheffield Wednesday manager Gary Megson to round up the Easter weekend of football in the Premier League and Football League.

Arsenal scored three second half goals to defeat Stoke City but Potters manager Paul Lambert was incensed at the home side’s first goal when Bruno Martins Indi was adjudged to have fouled Mesut Ozil in the penalty area.

On Saturday there were appeals for Liverpool’s Sadio Mane to be shown a second yellow card after he picked up the ball on the edge of the area but referee Neil Swarbrick settled for a free-kick. Should he have had his marching orders? Whilst over at the Amex Stadium Leicester City grabbed two late goals to overcome Brighton, but Claude Puel was unhappy after Wilfried Ndidi was sent off for foul on Shane Duffy.

Elsewhere the panel look back at the performance of Andrew Madley who took charge of his first Premier League game as Bournemouth fought back from 2-0 down to grab another important point against Watford.

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