2022/23 Rayong FC v Samut Prakan

Arguably our toughest game of the season so far as we head south to Rayong.

Currently lying in 5th place, The Dragon Horses have lost just one of their opening seven matches.


2022/23 Samut Prakan v Suphanburi

Can Samut Prakan improve on last week's draw and point at Uthai Thani?

My last match before disappearing to England for a few weeks so three points would be a great parting gift against one of the T2 promotion favourites.


2022/23 Samut Prakan v Nakhon Pathom

Here we go then - and we open the new league campaign against The King Tigers

Interestingly, this is Samut Prakan City's fourth season as a football club and the fourth time we've begun the campaign with a home match.


(2021/22) Chonburi v Samut Prakan

We make the one-hour drive south to take on the Sharks of Chonburi.

Having met in the league four times, Samut Prakan have a 100% record against Chonburi. However, this is a much stronger looking Chonburi side than in the past couple of seasons.


(2021/22) Samut Prakan v Ratchaburi

After a fine FA Cup win in midweek, we get back to the business of hopefully picking up league points.

We have a poor record against the Dragons of Ratchaburi but they don't seem to be quite the team they were in past seasons.


(2021/22) Samut Prakan v Port FC

One of the most eagerly awaited fixtures of the season as the noisy neighbors come to Bang Plee

No matter how high Port FC are in the league, we always seem to raise our game to new levels when we play the Port Lions at home.


(2020/21) Samut Prakan v Trat

Our final home game of the season as we face the already relegated Trat

With this game having an air of 'meaningless end-of-season fixture' to it, let's take a look at the teams battling for promotion from the second division and where we might be travelling to next season.


(2020/21) Suphanburi v Samut Prakan

A midweek trip to one of this season's relegation favourites - Suphanburi FC

After fans got their excitement up about being let into games at the weekend, it didn't happen! But the Thai FA are allowing 25% of stadium capacities from this week. Let's see how this all pans out.


(2020/21) Trat FC v Samut Prakan

The long journey down the east coast to take on a team struggling in the bottom three

We're starting to look at the teams above us now and dreaming of a place in the top five. Three points away at Trat would be an ideal start with more difficult games around the corner.


(2020/21) Samut Prakan v Nakhon Ratchisima

Can we build on last Sunday's excellent away win at PT Prachuap?

The Sea Fang meet the Swat Cats and a good chance of three points tonight against a side in the bottom three and low on confidence.


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