With a first league win under our belts, can we kick on and climb the league table?
We begin a busy October that includes seven matches, with a home league fixture against the Horsemen from Phrae.
Our first away trip of the season is a three-hour drive north to the town of Uthai Thani.
Can Samut Prakan put their first points of the season on the board?
It's down to the wire! Who's going to have any fingernails left?
The last game of the season and Samut Prakan not only need to win to stay in the premier league but have to rely on a result elsewhere.
We've got 10 games left to save our season - starting with the mighty Buriram at home
We go up against Buriram for the econd time in four days, but this will be a very different game surely to the league cup defeat in midweek.
A must win game in Thailand's 'second city'
Chiang Mai beat us 3-1 at the Samut Prakan Stadium early in the season. We want our revenge in what's sure to be a nail-biting relegation six-pointer.
Five games without a win. Let's put that right!
We journey north to the troubled province of Nakhon Ratchisima - troubled by recent flooding and Covid outbreaks.
We make the four-hour journey south to take on The Killer Wasps.
After two defeats on the bounce, Samut Prakan will be looking to get their season back on track with a win by the seaside.
An away trip to the league leaders.
Despite winning there last season, fixtures in the Thai League calendar don't come tougher than Buriram away - so let's get it over with.
The White Elephants are in town as we welcome newly promoted Chiang Mai United to the SAT Stadium.
After the relative disappointment of a 1-1 draw against a poor Police Tero side, Samut Prakan have a great opportunity to get back to winning ways against a team currently bottom of the Thai premier league.
Can Samut Prakan continue their terrific start to the season?
Police Tero beat us home and away last season to 'do the double'. It's definitely time to look for our first win against The Silver Dragons.