High-performance computing systems are needed in advanced computing services such as machine learning and artificial intelligence. Consequently, the increase in electron chip density results in high heat fluxes and requires good thermal management to maintain the servers. Spray cooling using liquid offers higher heat transfer rates and is efficient when implemented in electronics cooling. Detailed studies of fundamental mechanisms involved in spray cooling, such as single droplet and multiple droplet interactions are required to enhance the process's knowledge. The present work focuses on studying a train of two FC-72 droplets impinging over a heated surface. Experimental investigation using high-speed photography and infrared thermography is conducted. Simultaneously, numerical simulations using opensource CFD package, OpenFOAM are carried out, emphasizing the significance of contact angle hysteresis. The surface temperature is chosen as a parameter, and different boiling regimes along with dynamic Leidenfrost point for the present impact conditions are identified. Spreading hydrodynamics and heat transfer characteristics of these consecutively impinging droplets till the Leidenfrost temperature are studied and compared.