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Sunday chart predictions: Paloma Faith, Rudimental

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Rudimental: 'Feel The Love'
On Wednesday's update, Rudimental were on course to top the singles chart, while Paloma Faith was leading the albums tally.

Ahead of Sunday's Official Chart, Digital Spy takes a look at Friday's midweeks.

  • Rudimental is still leading the singles chart with 'Feel The Love', followed by Loreen's 'Euphoria' at two and fun.'s 'We Are Young' at three.


  • Meanwhile, Lawson remain at number four with 'When She Was Mine', and Rihanna holds on to the edge of the top five with 'Where Have You Been'.


  • Lawson 'When She Was Mine' artwork
  • Further down the chart, Gary Barlow's Jubilee single 'Sing' has leaped from 17 to 12, Coldplay and Rihanna's 'Princess of China' holds at 18, and Sebastian Ingrosso and Ryan Tedder's 'Calling (Lose My Mind)' remains at the edge of the top 20.


  • Alexandra Burke has slipped from 23 to 28 with 'Let It Go', Justin Bieber's 'Die In Your Arms' jumps from 31 to 29, and Kylie Minogue's 'Timebomb' slides from 22 to 30.


  • On the albums tally, Paloma Faith continues her lead at the top with Fall to Grace while Gary Barlow's Sing is at two.


  • Rumer: 'Boys Don't Cry'
  • Rumer has climbed from fourth to third position with Boys Don't Cry, Scissor Sisters are at four with Magic Hour, and Russell Watson remains at five with Anthems.


  • Sigur Rós's Valtari holds at six, Rihanna's Talk That Talk rebounds 11 to nine, and Adele's 21 rises back into the top ten at ten.



  • Next week's single releases include Aiden Grimshaw's 'Is This Love', Nelly Furtado's 'Big Hoops' and Marcus Collins's 'Mercy', while Alexandra Burke's Heartbreak On Hold and Ladyhawke's Anxiety will be hoping to make an impact on the album chart.

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