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.
The return of last season's star striker, Ibson Melo, and ex-manager, Surapong Kongthep
Last week's defeat at home to Suphanburi means Samut Prakan are hovering just above the relegation zone and this weekend, the bottom four clubs all play each other. Oh boy, do we need three points from this one!
A trip to Pathum Thani and the chance to pit ourselves against the league leaders
My first ever visit to a stadium I've wanted to see for some time - the iconic, three-sided Leo Stadium in Pathum Thani. What a shame it's such a bugger to get to if you don't have your own car!
Our last home game of the season and a must-win game for the visitors Suphanburi
Every match this evening will kick off at 6.00 pm so it means checking scores on mobile phones will become as crucial as watching the game you're at. It's going to be a nail-biter.
A midweek league game against The Kirins, a team in red hot form at the moment
Although Muangthong had a dreadful start to the campaign and we beat them 3-0 at their place, they have rediscovered their form in the second half of the season and are currently on a run of just one defeat in their last 13 games. This could be a very tough evening indeed.
The chance to get our season back on track against a struggling team?
On paper it's a very winnable game but we are seriously struggling for form at the moment. I'll take a victory tonight at any price. It's all about the three points!