It's our last match of a long season as we journey north to take on The Beetles.
The season started with a home game against Chiang Rai on February 14th, 2020. And we end the season 13 months later with the same opponents.
Our penultimate away game of the season as we take on The Sharks of Chonburi
Two weeks of the season remain and we make the short journey south-east to take on Chonburi. Can we end the season with a flourish after two successive home defeats?
Just four games of the season remain and we start with the mighty Buriram at home
We beat Buriram 3-1 at the Thunder Castle at the end of November. It might be too much to ask to do the double over them, but I'm sure we'll give it a go.
A tricky midweek trip to Nakhon Ratchisima, a team in very decent form.
Could we follow up a comfortable 4-0 home win against struggling PT Prachuap with another three points away at Nakhon Ratchisima, unbeaten in their last 8 games?
Could we follow up Saturday's win at Rayong with three home points against The Kirin?
This will be our third meeting with Muangthong this season following a goalless league encounter and a 1-0 defeat in the FA Cup.
Our first home game of 2021 as we welcome Police Tero to Bang Plee
When we played away to Police Tero at the beginning of this very long season, they were riding high at the top of the table and Samut Prakan were near the bottom. How the situation has changed!
It's become a frustrating stop-start season, but we go again.
It's the FA Cup round of 16 and Samut Prakan travel to Muangthong United for the second time this season. Unfortunately, due to Co-vid restrictions, the match will be played behind closed doors.
It's a local derby (of sorts) - The Sharks are in town!
After the 'excitement' of the FA Cup, we're back to the bread-and-butter of the Thai Premier League as we entertain Chonburi and look to continue our run of decent form.
At last! A chance to experience the Chang Arena - home of the biggest club in Thai football
I didn't expect anything from this game. A draw and a point to take back to Samut Prakan would be an incredible bonus but we'll probably leave empty-handed. Oh.....hang on a minute!
The Thai league season resumes after the international break and it's time to enter The Dragon's Den
Surely we can improve on the last time we played Ratchaburi at the Mitr Phol Stadium? I won't forget that second half performance in a hurry.