20 per innings, so 40 in a full game
There are no specified overs in a test match. It is usually 5 days of cricket with around 90 overs bowled on each day. Things like rain delay, bowling team bowling slow etc can affect the number of overs bowled in a test match.
Indian spin bowler Bapu nadkarni have bowled most maiden overs, 21 overs, 131 scoreless deliveries....
I would guess it would be 'Phil Simmons'. He bowled 8 maiden overs (out of 10) in an ODI against Pakistan. His bowling figures for that match was 10-8-3-4 (10 overs, 8 maiden, 3 runs and 4 wickets).
A one day cricket match consist's of 50 overs two both sides unless bowled out. So metaphorically 50 overs each unless bowled out
There is no limit apart from the fact that you can only bowl half the overs and of course how tired the bowler gets.
A maximum of 100 overs, 50 per team.Provided bad weather does not cause officials to shorten the game and the team is not bowled out early, each team plays a single innings for a maximum of 50 overs. The first team establish a chase target, then the second team must overtake within the limit of their 50 overs.
588 runs and the match was between England and India. But the run rate was not much as 155 overs were bowled in the match.
If there are no extras, then only 30 balls will be bowled. If there are extras, more balls will be bowled depending on the number of extras.