On Wednesday's official update, Gotye
was on course to continue his lead on the singles chart, while Bruce Springsteen was number one on the albums tally.
Ahead of Sunday's final chart, Digital Spy
takes a look at Friday's midweeks. Gotye and Kimbra are still in front with 'Somebody That I Used To Know', 16,000 copies ahead of Emeli Sandé, who remains at two with 'Next To Me'.Meanwhile, Nicki Minaj is at three with 'Starships', Stooshe remain at five with 'Love Me', Tinchy Stryder and Pixie Lott's 'Bright Lights' climbs from Wednesday's position of eight to number six.Marcus Collins dips from six to eight with 'Seven Nation Army', and David Guetta rounds out the top ten with 'Turn Me On'. Further down the chart, Jay-Z and Kanye West have risen from 28 to 20 with 'Paris', and Rihanna and Jay-Z's 'Talk That Talk' advances from 39 to 31.On the album chart, Bruce Springsteen remains in pole position with Wrecking Ball, 18,000 copies ahead of the Military Wives' In My Dreams at two. Elsewhere, Katie Melua holds at five with Secret Symphony, and Lionel Ritchie is at eight with Tuskegee.The Civil Wars vault from 30 to 14 with Barton Hollow, and Dry The River dip from 14 to 20 with Shallow Bed.
Next week's single releases include Alexandra Burke's 'Elephant'
and Labrinth's 'Last Time', while Marcus Collins, Estelle and Michael Kiwanuka will be hoping to make an impact on the album chart.Who do you think will top the charts next week? Leave your comments in the box below: