Hopefully this won't be another nail-biting season at the wrong end of the table
Samut Prakan City's second season in division two will be another 'tour of Thailand' and will include away trips to Nakhon Si Thammarat (twice) Chiang Mai (twice) Nongbua, Lampang, Phrae and Krabi.
The final day of the T2 season promises drama of the highest order
Last season, to avoid relegation, Samut Prakan needed to beat Chiang Rai United on the final day and hope other results went in their favour. Well, here we are again, and while Samut Prakan don't actually need to win their very last game this time around, they might well be relying on results elsewhere.
Our second of three games in a busy week as we welcome Ayutthaya United to Bang Plee
In our fight for second division survival, we have four home games remaining. It's essential we get back to winning ways on our own patch.
We end a tough February with an away trip to the league leaders
After a disappointing 4-0 reverse at home to Rayong, perhaps it might be expecting too much to take something away from high-flying Nakhonsi United, but I'm sure the players will give it a good go.
Surely a great chance of three points against the struggling Andaman Eagles
You have to go back to the 11th November for the last time Samut Prakan won a game (a 1-0 victory against Rajpracha) It's surely time to end what's been a fairly miserable run of league results.
Our first away game of the new year to high-flying Suphanburi
We have a terrific record of played three, won three at the Suphanburi Provincial Stadium...but could that 100% record be about to end?
A huge test of our promotion credentials as we travel to high-flying Ayutthaya United
Can we make it seven league games unbeaten in Thailand's old capital city?
Can we get back to winning ways at home to struggling Chainat Hornbill?
Five games on the road this season and The Hornbills are yet to gain a single point. We must surely be looking at three points from this one.
We head for one of the most convenient Bangkok stadiums to get to by public transport
Samut Prakan take on the struggling Kasetsart FC and must surely be looking to continue ther excellent league form by taking three points from this one.
Can we make it four league wins on the spin?
Confidence is high as we welcome high-flying Nakhonsi United to the Samut Prakan Stadium. It's going to feel good to be back!