Our first home match of the season sees us host one of the promotion favourites
After the fun and games at Pattaya United last Friday, it will be nice to be back on familiar territory and to see the faces of some friendly away fans.
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.
A welcome distraction from our fight for league survival - or is it?
A midweek league cup trip to Buriram and a first reunion with our much-loved ex-manager Ishii-san. The second reunion will follow three days later in a much more important league game.
It's the FA Cup round of 16 and another game against third tier opposition
Following on from our league cup victory against Pluakdaeng United last week, can Samut Prakan make it two cup wins in the space of eight days?
A long away trip to Khon Kaen marks the halfway point in a disappointing season so far.
Both teams lie just four points above the relegation zone. A win for either side would be a great confidence booster to take into the mid-season break.
Samut Prakan take on The Kirins in a midweek fixture at Bang Plee
After a brave performance against Chonburi at the weekend, Samut Prakan find themselves a little too near the relegation zone for comfort. Three points tonight would be most welcome!
We make the one-hour drive south to take on the Sharks of Chonburi.
Having met in the league four times, Samut Prakan have a 100% record against Chonburi. However, this is a much stronger looking Chonburi side than in the past couple of seasons.
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.
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.
We make the four-hour journey south to take on The Killer Wasps.
After two defeats on the bounce, Samut Prakan will be looking to get their season back on track with a win by the seaside.