Further down the list, Miley Cyrus could bag her sixth Top 5 with “Midnight Sky” (RCA), which lifts 8-5.
Sigala and James Arthur are aiming for the Top 10 as “Lasting Lover” (Ministry of Sound) rises 17-8. If it keeps its momentum, it’ll be Sigala’s eighth Top 10 and former The X Factor champion’s seventh.
The highest new entry after the weekend’s sales and streaming activity belongs to Headie One, whose “Princess Cuts” featuring Young T & Bugsey is new at No. 14.
The British rapper makes a strong showing in the early stages of the cycle. His single “Ain't It Different” (Relentless) featuring AJ Tracey and Stormzy is up two spots to a potential new peak of No. 2. Both tracks appear on Headie One's debut full-length studio album Edna.
The Official U.K. Singles Chart is published late Friday, local time.