Huddersfield Town travel to MK Dons looking to make it three wins on the bounce.
Nahki Wells scored the only goal of the game, but it was also noticeable to see the impact from the subs bench from January signings Karim Matmour and Elvis Manu.
Now Wagner's challenge is to lead his charges to a third successive league win for the first time since December 2013.
The boss has spoken of the need for rotation given the quick turnaround from Saturday's game, so all eyes on team selection which will be revealed shortly after 6.45pm.
Stick with us for all the build-up from stadium:mk and live text commentary from this 7.45pm kick off.
Thanks for your company
Thanks again for following along tonight and safe journey home to all the Town fans who made the trip.
We’ll be back for Saturday’s clash at home to Ipswich but keep your eyes peeled on the website for Wagner’s reaction, fan reaction, galleries and more.
What a game
Thanks for following along with me - one of the more ridiculous games we have seen.
Philip Billing’s red was extremely harsh on the replay, and David Wagner refused to be beaten, sending on Hudson and Lynch up front in search of an equaliser.
Hudson set it up, Nahki got it, and then the centre halves went back into defence!
Wagner’s reaction will be interesting.... stay with us for that and all the rest of the post-match reaction.
FT MK Dons 1-1 Huddersfield Town
Ten man Huddersfield Town earn a point thanks to that man, Nahki Wells!
Town free kick
92. Right on the edge of the area as Jamie Paterson is brought down...
But he blasts it straight past the far post and into the stand.
He's better than Klopp
That familiar ditty from the away end in stoppage time...
3 minutes added
90. Three minutes of stoppage time here at the end of what has been a crazy game of football.
Heart in mouth moment
87. Dangerous free kick for MK Dons after Baldock is fouled but the referee doesn’t like what he’s seeing in the penalty area and blows up for a Town free kick.
Lynch and Hudson at centre half now after that equaliser!
Hudson the provider
Mark Hudson set that one up. With a neat flick on through the middle and Wells poked home.
Good reward for Wagner, who refused to settle for a loss and has gone for it here.
85. Oh. My. God.
Nahki Wells has done it! Town are level!
Joel Lynch and Mark Hudson are leading the charge up front.
Wagner going for it here in search of the equaliser.
Final Town change
80. Joel Lynch joins the fray for the final ten minutes in place of James Husband.
79. Wow, that is good! Extremely dangerous attack down the Town left leaves MK Dons advancing into the penalty area but Manu gets back, robs the ball, charges up field and wins the foul around the halfway line.
Town on the up
77. The away fans are singing away in that corner as Town get a number of crosses in to test the MK Dons defence.
They are equal to them, but this is better from Town and the longer it remains a single goal deficit the more hope they will have.
Second MK Dons sub
74. Jonny Williams comes off and on comes Nicky Maynard.
72. As I type that, Town go forward with Wells and his dipping shot is pushed over the top by the keeper....and MK Dons are forced to clear off the line from the resulting corner!
Town still in this?
71. James Husband tries to break away but is stopped in his tracks on half way.
Still only one goal in it, which has to give Town hope...
MK Dons sub
69. Josh Murphy is replaced by Rob Hall.
Wells off target
65. Town fans livid that Forster-Caskey only gets a talking to after fouling Wells.
The free kick looks to be a poor one but is eventually worked beyond the defence to Wells, who has loads of space but blasts way off target. Got to make use of those opportunities if they are to get anything here.
Town up against it
60. Another free kick conceded, this time by Hudson, but again Murphy is off target.
MK Dons go close
56. Oof that’s not far away. Town concede a free kick in a dangerous position and Josh Murphy’s kick looks as if it will drift all the way in at the far post, but fortunately it flashes just wide.
Town fans unanimous
Not sure there was any intent in that. Billing is absolutely devastated with that decision.
That will render Wagner’s half time talk somewhat moot and reaction required from Town. Need to channel any feelings of injustice positively.
Billing sent off
48. Three minutes after his entrance, Billing sees red for a high boot on the halfway line.
Mountain to climb for Town now.
46. Back under way here at Milton Keynes
TWO changes at the break - Philip Billing and Elvis Manu on for Harry Bunn and Joe Lolley.
That and the strains of Eye of the Tiger have got me right up for this second half. Goals please lads!
Billing warming up
Our young Dane is fully kitted up and going through his paces. Half time sub?
Bang on Elliott!
HT MK Dons 1-0 Huddersfield Town
Town trail at the break to Alex Revell’s strike. It’s not clicked so far for Town and David Wagner will hope his side can turn things around second half.
One minute added
45. One additional minute to be played at the end of the first half.