On Wednesday's update, Rita Ora
had stormed into the lead on the singles chart, while Emeli Sandé had returned to the top of the album tally.
Ahead of Sunday's Official Chart, Digital Spy
takes a look at Friday's midweeks. Rita Ora's 'How We Do' is still in pole position, followed by Wiley's 'Heatwave' and Emeli Sandé's 'Read All About It Pt 3' in that order. Meanwhile, Kate Bush's 'Running Up That Hill 2012' and Elbow's 'One Day Like That' have swapped places, now at four and five respectively; as have Trey Songz's 'Simply Amazing' and Porter Robin's 'Language' at nine and ten.Further down the chart, George Michael's 'White Light' has slipped from eight to 11, while John Lennon's 'Imagine' holds at 12.Cheryl's 'Under The Sun' has leaped from 34 to the edge of the top 30, and Ryan O'Shaughnessy's 'No Name' has entered at the very edge of the top 40. On the albums chart, Emeli Sandé is still in the lead with Our Version Of Events, followed by Paloma Faith's Fall To Grace at two.Ed Sheeran's '+' has climbed from four to three, Elbow's The Seldom Seen Kid is at four, and Spector's Enjoy It While It Lasts slips to five.Ryan O'Shaughnessy's EP is at six, Amy MacDonald's Life in a Beautiful Light vaults from 17 to seven, and Rihanna's Talk That Talk falls from one to ten. Outside the top ten, the Spice Girls Greatest Hits slides from nine to 14, Kate Bush's The Whole Story is at 18, and Conor Maynard's Contrast dives 29 places to number 35.
Next week's single releases include Devlin's 'Watchtower'
and The Script and will.i.am's 'Hall Of Fame'
, while Bloc Party, Aiden Grimshaw and Jessie Ware will be hoping to impact on the album chart.Who would you like to see at the top of next week's charts? Leave your comments in the box below: