On Wednesday's (May 9) chart update, Rita Ora
was on course to top the singles tally, while Keane were set for their fourth chart-topping album.
Ahead of Sunday's Official Chart, Digital Spy
takes a look at the final midweek numbers to find out what's changed. Rita Ora and Tinie Tempah are still at number one with 'R.I.P.', followed by Tulisa's 'Young' and Alex Clare's 'Too Close' at spots two and three respectively.Meanwhile, Far*East Movement and Justin Bieber remain at seven with 'Live My Life', and Rihanna has jumped from 13 to 10 with 'Where Have You Been'.Further down the chart, Emeli Sandé slips from 24 to 25 with 'My Kind of Love', and LMFAO's 'Sexy and I Know It' has sneaked into the edge of the top 30.On the albums tally, Keane hold at the top with Strangeland, while Emeli Sandé's Our Version of Events has climbed to two, pushing Richard Hawley to three with Standing at the Sky's Edge. The Cribs are at five with In the Belly of the Brazen Bull, and Cover Drive lift from seven to six with Bajan Style.Outside the top ten, Rihanna's Talk That Talk jumps from 18 to 14, and B.o.B remains at 24 with Strange Clouds
Next week's single releases include The Saturdays' '30 Days'
and Scissor Sisters' 'Only The Horses'
, while Gossip's A Joyful Noise
and Niki & The Dove's Instinct
will be hoping to make an impact on the albums chart. Who would you like to see at number one on the charts next week? Leave your comments in the box below: