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. 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.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. Who do you think will be number one next week? Leave your comments below: