Can Samut Prakan continue their terrific start to the season?
Police Tero beat us home and away last season to 'do the double'. It's definitely time to look for our first win against The Silver Dragons.
Samut Prakan's first home game of the season and it's a tough one against The Bangkok Angels
A Friday night fixture behind closed doors as we welcome one of our bogey teams to Bang Plee.
An away trip to one of last season's promoted clubs, the division two champions in fact.
Along with away to Khon Kaen United, the trip to Nongbua Pichaya was one I was looking forward to most of all. But sadly, the North East adventure will have to wait for another season, trusting that The Gamecocks manage to survive in the top flight of course.
We start the 2021/22 season where we ended the last one - The Singha Chiang Rai Stadium
With Samut Prakan currently classed as a 'dark red' zone (with the highest level of Covid restrictions) the home game with Chiang Rai has been switched to our opponent's ground in the north, on account of it being 'safer' up there.
A tricky midweek trip to Nakhon Ratchisima, a team in very decent form.
Could we follow up a comfortable 4-0 home win against struggling PT Prachuap with another three points away at Nakhon Ratchisima, unbeaten in their last 8 games?
Could we follow up Saturday's win at Rayong with three home points against The Kirin?
This will be our third meeting with Muangthong this season following a goalless league encounter and a 1-0 defeat in the FA Cup.
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!
It's a local derby (of sorts) - The Sharks are in town!
After the 'excitement' of the FA Cup, we're back to the bread-and-butter of the Thai Premier League as we entertain Chonburi and look to continue our run of decent form.
The return of last season's star striker, Ibson Melo, and ex-manager, Surapong Kongthep
Last week's defeat at home to Suphanburi means Samut Prakan are hovering just above the relegation zone and this weekend, the bottom four clubs all play each other. Oh boy, do we need three points from this one!
A trip to Pathum Thani and the chance to pit ourselves against the league leaders
My first ever visit to a stadium I've wanted to see for some time - the iconic, three-sided Leo Stadium in Pathum Thani. What a shame it's such a bugger to get to if you don't have your own car!