According to Wednesday's chart update
, Cover Drive were at the top of the singles chart, while Adele
was on course to pick up her 21st week at the top.
Ahead of Sunday's official charts, we look at the week's final midweek tally. Cover Drive are still at number one with 'Twilight', followed by David Guetta and Sia's 'Titanium' at two, while Jessie J's 'Domino' completes the top three.Meanwhile, Flo Rida remains the second-highest new entry at five with 'Wild Ones', Gotye's 'Somebody That I Used To Know' lifts from Wednesday's position of 15 to nine, and Pitbull and Chris Brown's 'International Love' climbs 14 to ten.Further down the chart, Lana Del Rey slips from ten to 12 with 'Born To Die' and Red Light's 'Get Out of My Head' falls from 14 to 16.Professor Green's 'Never Be A Right Time' advances from 34 to 31, and Ed Sheeran enters at 39 with 'Drunk'.On the albums chart, Adele remains at the top with 21 on its 53rd week on the tally, followed by Coldplay's Mylo Xyloto at two and Ed Sheeran's + at three.Chris Isaak's Beyond The Sun is the highest new entry at number five, and Rizzle Kicks climb from eight to seven with Stereo Typical.
Next week's single releases include Youngman's 'Who Knows' and Lil Wayne's 'Mirror', while Lana Del Rey releases her debut LP Born To Die
. Who will be number one on the singles and albums charts next week? Leave your comments in the box below.