Girls Aloud and Sugababes look set to knock Take That off the top spot this Sunday (March 18) with their Comic Relief ditty 'Walk This Way'.
But it won't be a Walk in the park for the ladies as there are currently only 700 copies separating them from Gwen Stefani (with 'The Sweet Escape') at No 2, according to midweek sales figures.
In the album charts, Kaiser Chiefs will be shunted from their prime position by 'cheeky' Scouse crooner Ray Quinn.
The 18-year-old's swing album 'Doing It My Way' sold over 17,000 copies in its first day of release putting him 5,000 copies ahead of his nearest rival, Take That's 'Beautiful World'.
Meanwhile, his ex-factor rival Ben Mills's debut disc 'Picture Of You' looks set to land at No 4.
Well, it is Mother's Day this Sunday...