Diary of a Thai football season

2021/2022 Fixtures

Can Samut Prakan improve on a 6th place finish in both of their first two seasons?

(All fixtures are Thai Premier League unless stated)

September 2021

Sun 5th - Chiang Rai 2-2 Samut Prakan (blog)

Sun 12th - Nongbua Pichaya 0-1 Samut Prakan (blog)

Fri 17th - Samut Prakan 3-1 Bangkok United (blog)

Sun 26th - Police Tero 1-1 Samut Prakan (blog)

October 2021

Sat 2nd - Samut Prakan 1-3 Chiang Mai United (blog)

Wed 6th - Buriram 2-1 Samut Prakan (blog)

Sun 10th - PT Prachuap 0-0 Samut Prakan (blog)

Sat 16th - Samut Prakan 2-2 Port FC (blog)

Sat 23rd - Nakhon Ratchisima 1-0 Samut Prakan (blog)

Wed 27th - Samut Prakan 4-1 PT Prachuap (FA Cup round of 64) (blog)

Sun 31st - Samut Prakan 2-1 Ratchaburi (blog)

November 2021

Sun 7th - Chonburi 2-1 Samut Prakan (blog)

Wed 10th - Samut Prakan 0-0 Muangthong United (blog)

Sat 13th - BG Pathum 1-0 Samut Prakan (blog)

Sat 20th - Samut Prakan 1-2 Suphanburi (blog)

Wed 24th - Samut Prakan 2-0 Rasisalai United (FA Cup Round of 32) (blog)

Sat 27th - Khon Kaen United 1-0 Samut Prakan (blog)

January 2022

Sat 8th - Samut Prakan 2-2 Nongbua Pichaya (blog)

Wed 12th - Pluakdaeng United 1-3 Samut Prakan (League Cup round of 32) (blog)

Wed 19th - Songkhla 11-10 Samut Prakan (FA Cup round of 16) (blog)

Sat 22nd - Samut Prakan 1-1 Police Tero (blog)

Sun 30th - Ratchaburi 0-0 Samut Prakan (blog)

February 2022

Wed 2nd - Bangkok United 2-0 Samut Prakan (blog)

Sun 6th - Chiang Mai United 2-0 Samut Prakan (blog)

Wed 9th - Buriram 4-1 Samut Prakan (League Cup round of 16) (blog)

Sat 12th - Samut Prakan 0-1 Buriram (blog)

Sun 20th - Samut Prakan 0-0 PT Prachuap (blog)

Sun 27th - Port FC 0-2 Samut Prakan (blog)

March 2022

Sun 6th - Samut Prakan 1-1 Nakhon Ratchisima (blog)

Wed 9th - Samut Prakan 0-3 BG Pathum (blog)

Sun 20th - Samut Prakan 1-2 Chonburi (blog)

April 2022

Sat 9th - Muangthong United 5-2 Samut Prakan (blog)

Sun 24th - Suphanburi 1-2 Samut Prakan (blog)

Sat 30th - Samut Prakan 2-1 Khon Kaen (blog)

May 2022

Wed 4th - Samut Prakan 1-2 Chiang Rai (blog)


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