The Terdthai Cricket Ground is a college ground located in Lat Krabang district, Bangkok, Thailand.

Also known as the Thailand Cricket Ground, the Terdthai Cricket Ground was established in 2010 and has a seating capacity of 4,000.

Owned and operated by the Cricket Association of Thailand, the venue was selected as one of the hosts venues of the Women's World Twenty20 Qualifiers along with Asian Institute of Technology Ground in 2015.

The Terdthai Cricket Ground also hosted the ACC Eastern Region T20 qualifier between Thailand, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Nepal and Singapore in 2020. Interestingly, for the first time an official T20 international men’s cricket tournament was staged in Thailand.

In 2024, it hosted the ACC Men’s T20I Challenger Cup featuring 10 teams including hosts Thailand, Cambodia, China, Myanmar, Bhutan, Indonesia, Saudi ArabiaJapan, Maldives and Singapore.

Let’s have a look at Terdthai Cricket Ground T20I records and stats:

Terdthai Cricket Ground T20I records and stats

Highest team total

The Singapore national cricket team holds the record for the highest team total at Terdthai Cricket Ground in T20 international cricket. During an ACC Eastern Region T20 2020 in Bangkok, the Amjad Mahboob-led Singapore posted 239/3 in their 20 overs against Malaysia. Tim David’s unbeaten 92 off 32 balls and Sidhant Singh’s 50-ball 77 powered Singapore to a record T20I total at the venue. In reply, Malaysia were bowled out for 111 in 15.1 overs as Singapore won the game by 128 runs. 

Lowest team total

The China national cricket team registered the lowest team total at Terdthai Cricket Ground in the T20I format. Chasing 131, China were bundled out for 37 in 15.2 overs against Cambodia during a Qualifying Group match in the ACC Men's Challenger Cup 2024. Right-arm pacer Sharwan Godara was the wrecker-in-chief for Cambodia with four wickets for just five runs in his quota of four overs. Wei Guo Lei (14) was the only Chinese batter to record double digits in the game. Earlier, Cambodia posted 130/5 in their allotted overs after electing to bat first.

Most runs

Singaporean cricketer Surendran Chandramohan has scored the most runs at the venue in T20I cricket. The swashbuckling right-handed batter amassed 249 runs in eight matches at an average of 35.57 and a strike rate of 133.87. Surendran Chandramohan slammed two fifties in the T20I format at Terdthai Cricket Ground. Cambodia’s Luqman Butt features second on the list with 245 runs in seven matches.

Most wickets

Cambodia’s Sharwan Godara has bagged the most wickets at this cricket ground in T20 internationals. The right-arm medium pacer has picked up 12 wickets in seven matches at an impressive average of 12.41 and an economy of 5.32. He registered his best bowling figures of 4/5 at Terdthai Cricket Ground against China. His teammate Utkarsh Jain is second on the list with 12 wickets in seven matches. 

Highest individual score

Singapore captain Aritra Dutta holds the record for the highest individual score at Terdthai Cricket Ground in T20I cricket. Chasing 216, the Singaporean opening batter Aritra Dutta a match-winning 122 off just 63 balls to help his side chase down the target in 19.2 overs against Japan during an ACC Men's Challenger Cup 2024 third-place playoff game. Aritra’s scintillating knock was laced with 15 fours and seven maximums. Earlier, Japan scored 215/3 in their allotted overs. Singapore won the game by eight wickets. 

Best bowling figures

Japanese cricketer Reo Sakurano-Thomas registered the best bowling figures at this venue in T20 international cricket. The right-arm medium pacer registered impressive figures of 6/26 against Thailand during an ACC Men's Challenger Cup 2024 group match. Reo Sakurano-Thomas dismissed Akshaykumar Yadav, captain Austin Lazarus, Narawit Nuntarach, Jandre Coetzee, Phanuwat Desungnoen and Nopphon Senamontree to help bowl out Thailand for 120 in 16.5 overs while defending 166. Earlier, Japan posted 166/6 in their allotted overs. 

Highest partnership

Japan’s Kendel Kadowaki-Fleming and Wataru Miyauchi hold the record for the highest partnership at Terdthai Cricket Ground in T20I cricket. During a third-place playoff clash in ACC Men's Challenger Cup 2024, captain Kendel Kadowaki-Fleming and Wataru Miyauchi forged a 121-run partnership for the second wicket to guide Japan to 215/3 in their 20 overs against Singapore. However, the incredible partnership went in vain as Singapore chased down with eight wickets in hand.

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