A short trip from Samut Prakan to take on play-off hopefuls Ayutthaya United
After a poor home defeat to DP Kanchanaburi last Friday, away games look all the more daunting - and we've got five still to play!
A local derby against The Emerald Nagas
When you're in desperate need of a win and three points, you couldn't wish for a better fixture than at home to struggling neighbors Kasetsart FC.
A short trip to the Lat Krabang 54 Stadium and a local derby with Customs United
Last season, Customs United did the double over us. We owe these guys a beating. Third time lucky?
For the first time in Samut Prakan City's short history, we start the season with an away game....and what an away game!
It just had to happen didn't it? - the first game of the season and we are away to Pattaya United. Given the unfortunate history and 'connection' between the two clubs, it should be a contest with a bit of added spice.
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.
After two long trips north, it will be nice to be back on home soil
We're half-way through our 'difficult' February fixtures and now face probably our most beatable opponents on paper at home to mid-table Rayong FC.
The first of two away fixtures in Northern Thailand beginning with Chiang Mai United away
I was going to call this 'a tricky away tie' but when you're down at the wrong end of the table, they all look tricky.
The second half of the season gets under way with a home tie against The Elephants of Uthai Thani
We are eight points above the relegation zone and five points below the teams in the play off places. Are we looking at the teams below or above?
One of the longest and most awkward away trips in T2.
After dropping points to bottom club Udon Thani at home, we desperately need three points away at struggling Ranong United if we are to mantain our top six play off hopes.
Surely a great chance of three points at home to the second division's bottom club?
Udon Thani FC are bottom of the league with 11 losses this season from their 14 games. However results haven't been too bad lately and The Orange Giants shouldn't be underestimated.