David Wagner suffered double disappointment as his Huddersfield Town side lost 1-0 at home to Ipswich Town and he lost Jonathan Hogg to
injury.

A scan will confirm the severity of the midfielder's knee problem, but the head coach fears he could be our for six to eight weeks.

Hogg was injured late in a game in which Town created a string of chances but failed to score for only the second game in Wagner's reign.

With all three substitutes already used, the home side ended a second successive game with 10 men but in different circumstances to MK Dons, where Philip Billing was sent off.

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Ben Pringle's deflected first-half shot spelled a first defeat in four, but the boss insisted there were positives to take.

"On one side the performance was nice to see. I enjoyed the game, especially the first half, but on the other side, it hurts because we got this result," he said.

"The first half was excellent, we only missed scoring. If you have so much possession and so many shots it says how the game was. Sometimes you don't get what you deserve.

"We have to accept this result and move on. But we were back to our identity and this was important.

"Yes we have to take our chances, and if we do games will end in a different way. We have to learn from this."