Fixtures

DateRHome vs Away-
10/08 10:30 8 Nakhon Si United vs Udon Thani FC View
10/08 11:00 8 Phrae United vs Krabi FC View
10/08 11:00 8 Suphanburi FC vs Ranong United View
10/08 11:30 8 Kasetsart FC vs Chiang Mai FC View
10/08 12:00 8 Customs United vs Uthai Thani FC View
10/09 10:30 8 Chiangmai United vs Chainat FC View
10/09 11:00 8 Ayutthaya United vs Nakhon Pathom FC View
10/09 11:30 8 Raj Pracha vs Trat FC View
10/09 12:00 8 Rayong FC vs Samut Prakan City View
10/14 11:00 9 Ranong FC vs Ayutthaya United View
10/15 10:30 9 Udon Thani FC vs Suphanburi FC View
10/15 11:00 9 Nakhon Pathom FC vs Kasetsart FC View

Results

Date R Home vs Away -
10/02 12:00 7 [14] Ranong United vs Chiangmai United [13] 0-0
10/02 11:30 7 [15] Chainat FC vs Ayutthaya United [1] 1-0
10/02 11:00 7 [9] Uthai Thani FC vs Nakhon Si United [3] 2-2
10/02 10:30 7 [10] Trat FC vs Customs United [4] Abandoned
10/01 12:00 7 Udon Thani FC vs Kasetsart FC 3-1
10/01 11:30 7 [10] Chiang Mai FC vs Krabi FC [16] 2-1
10/01 11:00 7 [12] Raj Pracha vs Suphanburi FC [6] 1-0
10/01 10:30 7 [17] Samut Prakan City vs Phrae United [8] 2-1
09/30 11:00 7 [6] Nakhon Pathom FC vs Rayong FC [4] 4-1
09/22 10:30 6 [16] Kasetsart FC vs Ranong United [14] 1-1
09/18 12:00 6 [5] Rayong FC vs Uthai Thani FC [6] 1-0
09/18 11:00 6 [3] Customs United vs Nakhon Pathom FC [10] 0-1

Wikipedia - Thai League 2

Thai League 2 (Thai: ไทยลีก 2), commonly known as the T2, formally called Thai Division 1 League, is the second-tier professional league in the Thai football league system. The top 3 are promoted to Thai League 1 at the end of the season, whilst four are relegated to Thai League 3.

For the 2008 season, the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) reduced the number of teams in the league to 16 teams. Previously there had been two groups of 12 clubs. For the 2011 season the number of teams was increased to 18 teams, The Thai Division 1 League is a season run from March to October, with teams playing 34 games each totalling 306 games in the season. In 2016, the Khǒr Royal Cup became a trophy for Thai Division 1 League. In 2017 the Football Association of Thailand changed the name to Thai League 2. It is sponsored by Osotspa M-150 and therefore officially known as the Thai League 2 M-150 Championship.