Symphony Clean Bandit & Zara Larsson
21 June 2012, 16:21
Stooshe, Coldplay and Katy Perry are also in the running to chart well this weekend.
Chris Brown and will.i.am will challenged Maroon 5 for the top spot on the Vodafone Big Top 40 this weekend.
'Turn Up The Music' singer Chris Brown releases his latest 'Fortune' single 'Don't Wake Me Up' on Sunday (24th May), and will be looking to score his second number one single of the year.
The Voice UK judge will.i.am is also coming out with a new release this weekend when he launches new single 'This Is Love', featuring Eva Simon, taken from his forthcoming fourth album '#willpower'.
Maroon 5 topped the charts last weekend on the first day of releasing 'Payphone' across the UK, ending Cheryl's one-week reign at number one with 'Call Me Name', and will be looking to make it two weeks this Sunday.
Stooshe's next single 'Black Heart' also charted highly last weekend, entreating at number five, while Coldplay and Rihanna's collaboration 'Princess Of China' is also still in the running for this week's top spot.
Finally, Katy Perry's final 'Teenage Dream' release 'Wide Awake' entered the Big Top 40 over the weekend at number 29 and could also challenge for a higher position on Sunday.