On Wednesday's update, Duke Dumont was in the lead on the singles chart, while George Michael was on course to claim his seventh solo number one album.
Ahead of Sunday's Official Chart, Digital Spy
takes a look at Friday's midweek charts to see what's changed.
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Duke Dumont continues to lead the way on the singles chart with 'I Got U'
. The track is currently 50,000 copies ahead of its nearest rival 'My Love'
by Route 94, which is at two.
John Legend stays firm at three with 'All Of Me'
, Dvbbs & Borgeous are at four with 'Tsunami (Jump)' and Little Mix are currently at five with Sport Relief release 'Word Up!'
Example has slipped a place just outside the Top 10 to 11 with 'Kids Again'
, while The Human League have vaulted up to 13 with 'Don't You Want Me', thanks to a campaign from Aberdeen FC fans
Further down, Trey Songz is at 19 with 'Na Na', Idina Menzel is at 24 with Frozen
cut 'Let It Go' and London Grammar are new at 36 with 'Hey Now'.
Over on the album chart, George Michael is set to stretch his run of solo number ones to four decades, as Symphonica
continues its midweek lead.
The collection now has more than a 70% sales lead over its nearest rival, which is Kylie Minogue's Kiss Me Once
Pharrell Williams is at three with G I R L
, Elbow are at four with The Take Off and Landing of Everything
and Paloma Faith currently completes the Top 5 with A Perfect Contradiction
finalist Nicholas McDonald is up to six with his debut In The Arms Of An Angel
, while The Pretty Reckless slip to seven with Going to Hell
Former Westlife star Kian Egan is at nine with Home
actress Lea Michele is at 10 with her debut Louder
and Skrillex is at 11 with Recess
Next week sees 5 Seconds Of Summer, Faul & Wad Ad vs Pnau and The Wanted release new singles, while Shakira, Foster The People and X Factor
winner Sam Bailey will battle on the album chart.Who do you want to see hit number one on Sunday? Leave your comments in the box below: