On Wednesday's official midweek chart update, Carly Rae Jepsen
was fending off competition from label boss Justin Bieber to remain on top of the UK singles chart, while Alabama Shakes took an early lead on the album tally.
Ahead of Sunday's Official Chart, Digital Spy
takes one final look at the list before the positions are set in stone for the week.Carly Rae Jepsen's 'Call Me Maybe' is still leading the single chart and is being hotly trailed by Justin Bieber's 'Boyfriend' and Usher's 'Climax'.Sway has advanced a place since Wednesday with 'Level Up' now at six, while fun. have vaulted from 33 to eight with their US hit 'We Are Young'.The Script remain within the Top 20 with 'The Man Who Can't Be Moved', while past hits from Wheatus ('Teenage Dirtbag') and Train ('Drops of Jupiter') remain in the Top 40.Over on the album chart, Adele has managed to work her way back up to number one with 21, while Nicki Minaj's Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded is up to two.Alabama Shakes now reside at three with Boys & Girls, Jessie J is at four with Who You Are and Emeli Sandé is at five with Our Version of Events.
Next week's singles releases include Conor Maynard's debut 'Can't Say No', Marina & The Diamonds' 'Primadonna' and LMFAO's 'Sorry For Party Rocking'.Who do you think will be number one on next week's chart? Leave your comments in the box below: