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Sunday chart predictions: Conor Maynard, Jason Mraz

Conor Maynard, can't say no
On Wednesday's official chart update Conor Maynard was being denied a number one debut single by Carly Rae Jepsen, while Jason Mraz was on course to claim his first chart-topping album in the UK.

Ahead of Sunday's final chart, Digital Spy takes a look at Friday's midweek positions.

  • Carly Rae Jepsen's 'Call Me Maybe' is still leading the tally, while Conor Maynard settles at number two with 'Can't Say No'.

  • fun. 'We Are Young'
  • fun. are up a place to number three with 'We Are Young', pushing John Legend's 'Ordinary People' down to four. Jessie J remains at five with 'LaserLight'.

  • Marina and the Diamonds are at 10 with 'Primadonna', while Azealia Banks's '212' and Alex Clare's 'Too Close' are still within the Top 20.

  • Linkin Park's latest single 'Burn It Down' has zoomed into the Top 30, while Birdy's 'Skinny Love' also resides in the mid-chart after some Britain's Got Talent exposure.

  • Nicki Minaj: Pink Friday Roman Reloaded
  • Over on the album chart, Jason Mraz is still on course to claim his first UK number one record with Love Is A Four Letter Word.

  • Adele follows at two with 21, Nicki Minaj is at three with Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded and Lana Del Rey is at four with Born To Die.

  • Next week's releases include Beyoncé's 'End Of Time' and Calvin Harris and Ne-Yo's 'Let's Go', while Santigold and Jack White will be hoping to impact on the albums chart.

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