An away trip to North of Bangkok to another team who have started the season poorly
Heavy rains and thunderstorms were predicted for the weekend so it was umbrellas and raincoats at the ready. Oh the joys of watching Thai football in the monsoon season from an uncovered away section.
The season finally gets underway again with a home match against fellow strugglers, Rayong FC
Each stadium will be allowed to admit fans, but only up to 25% of the capacity. And of that number, 10% will be allocated to away supporters. This is the new normal - at least for the foreseeable future.
With a point under our belts, we face a difficult first away match against close neighbours, Port FC.
Last year's corresponding fixture was an end-of-season, nothing encounter but this one has a very different feel to it.
The start of a new season and the first of 30 Premier League matches
I love the start of a new season! And I'm quietly confident that we can finish in the top six again. We've managed to keep hold of the better Thai players in our squad and we've made some decent additions in the transfer window.
The chance to get our season back on track against a struggling team?
On paper it's a very winnable game but we are seriously struggling for form at the moment. I'll take a victory tonight at any price. It's all about the three points!
A midweek train journey from Bangkok and the chance to catch up with an old friend
Many football fans say it's the finest stadium in the Premier League and the away trip they look forward to most. Well, you can add my voice to that because I couldn't heap enough praise on it. Ratchaburi's Mitr Phol Stadium is simply magnificent!
A massive top-of-the-table clash and a sell-out crowd
Despite being top of the pile on goal difference, this is not the invincible Buriram of seasons gone by: in fact they're on a poor run of form at the moment, taking just three points from their last four games. If a packed crowd at Bang Plee can get behind the lads this evening, I'm sure we can do it.
It's another derby day as we welcome The Sharks from Chonburi
The Sharks started the season with high hopes but have had a disappointing campaign, spending much of it in the bottom half of the table. They've got just one point to show from their last five away games. They don't travel well!
It's local derby day as we welcome Port FC from t'other side of town.
It will be interesting to see how Samut Prakan handles what should be a capacity crowd. Even yesterday I was getting people who have never been to a Thai football match, contact me and ask how they can get their hands on tickets, such is the interest in this encounter.
An away trip to the club currently bottom of the league - but will it be an easy three points?
Like so many other Samut Prakan fans, I adored our previous manager, Khun Surapong. It was heartbreaking to see him leave. However, you have to give the new guy a chance. Will he get it right in his first game in charge?