A maiden over followed by another maiden over is known as “one’( C M) consecutive maiden over.
Successive and Consecutive have two different meaning. Here is an example of both.
If over No. 1 to 7 are all maidens, then there are 6 Consecutive Maidens, and 7 Successive Maidens, but never 7 Consecutive Maidens. because the first maiden over is not following any over!.
Example for Calculating (C M ) Formula:
|Over No.||Bowler||Runs Scored|
Glen McGrath (Australia in Pakistan, 3- Test series, 1998)
Inns : 4
Overs (Balls) 120.5 (725)
Wickets : 12
Maiden Overs : 34
C M (Consecutive Maiden) Overs : 6
a) C M = 6 / 120.5 = 4.97 %
b) Maiden = 34 / 120.5 = 28.22%