Can we cap a perfect week by taking three points off The Wild Rabbits?
After winning at premier league Trat FC on Wednesday, we stay in eastern Thailand to take on promoted Chantaburi in T2.
A first away trip to another one of last season's third division promoted sides
Having missed the last two Samut Prakan games due to my annual trip to England, I'm eager to get back into the groove.
My last Samut Prakan game before I head back to England for a fortnight or so
Arguably our toughest test of the season so far as we take on one of the automatic promotion favourites.
A short trip to the Lat Krabang 54 Stadium and a local derby with Customs United
Last season, Customs United did the double over us. We owe these guys a beating. Third time lucky?
Samut Prakan really need a home win and three points if they are to keep pace with the leaders.
We can keep saying 'it's still early in the season' but Chiang Mai FC and Nakhon Ratchisima already have 9 points from their opening three games. We don't want to fall too far behind them.
Can we pull off another great win down in South Thailand?
We are not downhearted after defeat by Chiang Mai FC in our first home match. There were so many positives to be taken from the game and I honestly think we can get a result against a team who haven't started the season well.
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.
For the first time in Samut Prakan City's short history, we start the season with an away game....and what an away game!
It just had to happen didn't it? - the first game of the season and we are away to Pattaya United. Given the unfortunate history and 'connection' between the two clubs, it should be a contest with a bit of added spice.
A look at the 17 potential away trips for this 2023/24 season
From Nakhon Si Thammarat down south to Chiang Mai in the north, it's going to be another season spent putting plenty of miles on the clock.
Hopefully this won't be another nail-biting season at the wrong end of the table
Samut Prakan City's second season in division two will be another 'tour of Thailand' and will include away trips to Nakhon Si Thammarat (twice) Chiang Mai (twice) Nongbua, Lampang, Phrae and Krabi.