On Wednesday's midweek update, Gabrielle Aplin was on course to claim her first number one single, while Tulisa
was just outside the Top 20 with her debut album.
Ahead of Sunday's Official Chart, Digital Spy
takes one last look at the midweek standings.Gabrielle Aplin remains at number one with 'The Power Of Love' and is just a few thousand copies ahead of Olly Murs's 'Troublemaker' at two.Bruno Mars stays put at three with 'Locked Out Of Heaven', while Labrinth's 'Beneath Your Beautiful' and One Direction's 'Little Things' follow at four and five respectively.Pink currently sits at seven with 'Try', Ke$ha holds firm at eight with 'Die Young' and Tulisa remains within the Top 15 with 'Sight Of You'.Mariah Carey advances a few places to 21 with festive classic 'All I Want For Christmas Is You', as The Script hold still at 32 with 'Six Degrees Of Separation'.Over on the album tally, Olly Murs continues to lead the chart with 'Right Place Right Time'.He's followed closely by Michael Buble at two with Christmas, One Direction at three with Take Me Home and Rod Stewart at four with Merry Christmas Baby.Pink's The Truth About Love is at 11, while Only Boys Aloud slide to 31 with their self-titled debut, and Tulisa's The Female Boss crashes from 22 to 33.
Next week will see Leona Lewis's 'Lovebird' up against this year's X Factor
winner's single, while Bruno Mars and Green Day will battle it out on the album chart.Who would you like to see at number one next week? Leave your comments in the box below: