On Wednesday's (July 25) chart update, Florence + the Machine
's single was set for another week at the top, while Plan B had stormed into the lead on the album tally.
Ahead of Sunday's (July 29) official chart, Digital Spy
takes a look at Friday's midweeks.Florence + the Machine are still at number one with their Calvin Harris reswizzle of 'Spectrum', 10,000 copies ahead of Maroon 5's 'Payphone', which remains at two. Meanwhile, Conor Maynard is at three with 'Vegas Girl', and Karmin have climbed from 11 to nine with 'Brokenhearted'.Further down the chart, Far*East Movement and Cover Drive lift from 19 to 17 with 'Turn Up the Love', Cedric Gervais falls from 26 to 27 with 'Molly', and Clement Marfo shift from 39 to 38 with 'Champion'. On the album chart, Plan B continues to lead with iLL Manors, followed by The Gaslight's Handwritten at two.Jennifer Lopez's Dance Again... The Hits jumps four to three, pushing Joss Stone's The Soul Sessions Vol 2 to four.Elsewhere, Slipknot's Antennas to Hell slips 16 to 19, and Vangelis's The Collection is at 38.
Next week's single releases include Calvin Harris and Example's 'We'll Be Coming Back'
and Wiley's 'Heatwave'
, while Delilah's From the Roots Up
and Conor Maynard's Contrast
will be hoping to impact on the album chart.Who would you like to see top the charts next week? Leave your comments in the box below: