We take a break from league action to focus on the FA Cup competition
Now that Samut Prakan are a second division club, we have to enter the Thai FA Cup at the qualifying round stage. And once again, we are paired against with Maejo United,
Let's face it - this is the biggest, most important match in Samut Prakan City's short history
Two home games to go and two wins needed - it's as simple as that.
Four games remain with relegation a case of 'when' rather than 'if'
Samut Prakan need to take maximum points from their final four games to even have half a chance of staying up. It's that simple.
Can we end a winless home run of 8 league games that stretches back to the end of October?
The Sharks of Chonburi are in town and I'm hesitant to use the expression 'must-win' game as survival now smacks of mission impossible.
Six games remaining to save our season!
I've been doing the numbers and worked out we need to win at least four of our final six games to even stand a chance of staying in the premier league.
Can we score our first league goal in over 450 minutes of football?
The fight for premier league survival goes on as we travel to close neighbours Port for a Sunday 6.00 pm kick off.
Must-win games don't come more 'must-win' than this one.
Albeit not mathematically, the outcome of this match could define our season. It could be a result that goes a long way towards sending us down. Only a victory will do!
Back to home league action and we welcome The Silver Dragons to Bang Plee.
With Samut Prakan now in the bottom three of the premier league, every game is beginning to feel like a six-pointer, starting with this one.
The new squad and team kit, etc finally get an unveiling.
The official Samut Prakarn City FC launch party took place at Megamall, Bangna on Sunday 17th February.
How will Samut Prakan fare in their very first season as a Thai Premier League club?
How will the team from Samut Prakan fare in their very first season as a Thai Premier League club? It's going to be interesting!