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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The season finally gets underway again with a home match against fellow strugglers, Rayong FC
Each stadium will be allowed to admit fans, but only up to 25% of the capacity. And of that number, 10% will be allocated to away supporters. This is the new normal - at least for the foreseeable future.
How will Samut Prakan fare in their second season as a Thai Premier League club?
Thirty Thai Premier League games plus FA Cup and League Cup.
We're welcoming new players but saying goodbye to old friends as the 2020 season draws nearer.
It's the crazy close season. Keep tabs on who's coming and who's going at Samut Prakan City?
So how was Samut Prakan's first season in the top flight?
If you had offered me a 6th place finish at the start of the season, as the old saying goes - I would have bitten your hand off. I think most Samut Prakan City supporters would.
My nine months of following Samut Prakan City FC home and away.
From the launch party at Megamall, Bang Na in February to our last game away at Port FC in late October.