On Wednesday's update
was locked in a battle with Calvin Harris on the singles chart, while Conor Maynard had charged into the lead on the albums tally.
Ahead of Sunday's (August 5) Official Chart, Digital Spy
takes a look at Friday's midweeks. Wiley is still at the top with 'Heatwave', with Calvin Harris and Example's 'We'll Be Coming Back' close behind at two.Meanwhile, Karmin are at five with 'Brokenhearted', Underworld's 'Caliban's Dream' holds its Wednesday midweek position at seven, and Rudimental round out the top ten with 'Feel the Love'. Further down the chart, Far*East Movement and Cover Drive lift 16 to 15 with 'Turn Up the Love', Arctic Monkeys hold at 19 with 'Come Together', and Drake and The Weeknd's 'Crew Love' enters the top 40 at 30. On the albums chart, Conor Maynard remains in the lead with Contrast, followed by Plan B's iLL Manors at two.Emeli Sandé climbs to three with Our Version of Events, pushing Delilah's From the Roots Up to number four. Mike Oldfield remains at six with Two Sides, Rick Ross slips seven to eight with God Forgives, I Don't, and Adele's 21 completes the top ten. Lana Del Rey's Born to Die holds on at the edge of the top 15, and Keane leap from 21 to 19 with Strangeland.
Next week's single releases include Dizzee Rascal's Olympics song 'Scream'
and Lawson's 'Taking Over Me'
.Who would you like to see at number one next week? Leave your comments in the box below: