Clean Bandit hold on to Number 1, with strong debuts from One Direction's Louis Tomlinson and X Factor winner Matt Terry

Plus, new entries from Zayn and Taylor Swift, Little Mix, J Cole and Lady Gaga.

In the face of some stiff competition, Clean Bandit hold on to the Number 1 spot with Rockabye. 

The band's second chart-topper, featuring Sean Paul and Anne-Marie, logs a sixth consecutive week at Number 1, scoring a comfortable lead of over 15,000 combined sales ahead of its nearest rival.

Watch Clean Bandit discuss their second Number 1 single below:

The race for Christmas Number 1 kicks off today, of course – can Clean Bandit hang on to claim the festive chart-topper next Friday the 23rd?

Challenging them at Number 2 is this week's highest new entry, Just Hold On from One Direction star Louis Tomlinson, in collaboration with Steve Aoki. The pair performed the track for the first time in Saturday's X Factor final, and the show's eventual winner Matt Terry is right behind them at 3 with his winner's single, the Ed Sheeran-penned When Christmas Comes Around, based on just five days’ sales and streams.

Chart highlights

Zara Larsson's I Would Like breaks the Top 20 for the first time, shooting nine places to 12, and Zayn and Taylor Swift's collaboration I Don't Wanna Live Forever, taken from the soundtrack of the new 50 Shades Darker movie, debuts at 16.

Following their electrifying medley performance at The X Factor final at the weekend, Little Mix's Touch zooms 136 places to land at Number 23, while J Cole's Deja Vu starts at 30.

Chris Rea's perennial classic Driving Home For Christmas makes its fourth appearance in the Top 40, at 37 – one of seven festive songs in this week's countdown – and Lady Gaga's Million Reasons climbs 21 slots to make its Top 40 debut, at 39.

Check out this week's Top 100 Official Singles Chart in full

Look back through every Official UK Number 1 single of 2016 so far below:

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