(2021/22) Khon Kaen v Samut Prakan
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.
(2021/22) BG Pathum United v Samut Prakan
Arguably our toughest game of the season so far as we travel to a title-chasing, in-form BG Pathum.
The season mid-way point is in sight and Samut Prakan are just five points clear of the relegation zone. We need to start picking up a few wins - but I don't think there'll be one today.
(2021/22) Chonburi v Samut Prakan
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.
(2020/21) Suphanburi v Samut Prakan
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.
(2020/21) Samut Prakan v Police Tero
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!
(2020/21) Ratchaburi v Samut Prakan
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.
(2019) Muangthong United v Samut Prakan City
An away trip to one of the premier league's 'big four' clubs
When the season's fixtures were released at the start of the year, this was one of the first away games I looked out for. The SCG is a stadium I really want to see. With no running track around it and enclosed by four stands, it's probably one of the best opportunities you'll get to sample something similar to an English football match atmosphere.
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!