Our first away trip of the season is a three-hour drive north to the town of Uthai Thani.
Can Samut Prakan put their first points of the season on the board?
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.
A short away trip to third place Bangkok United
On our previous two trips to Bangkok United's Thammasat Stadium, we've come away bruised, battered and defeated. Third time lucky, maybe?
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.
Our penultimate away game of the season as we take on The Sharks of Chonburi
Two weeks of the season remain and we make the short journey south-east to take on Chonburi. Can we end the season with a flourish after two successive home defeats?
My first Thai Premier League game - and a mouth-watering clash between Chonburi FC and Suphanburi FC
I have lived in Thailand for almost three decades and I'm a huge football fan. And yet I had never been to a Thai Premier League football match. It was time to put that right.
Why not take up watching Thai football?
The Thai football season returns on 14th February, and for many it is a chance to rekindle their love with the beautiful game. Thai football is on a high, so why not get involved?