George Ezra riding towards fourth week at Number 1 with Shotgun as six new entries aim for the Top 40

Calvin Harris & Smith, Jess Glynne, and The 1975 are Top 20 bound.

The late Summer resurgence of George Ezra's Shotgun is set to continue this week.

Atop of today's Official Singles Chart Update, Shotgun is charging towards a fourth non-consecutive week at the helm following its return to Number 1 last Friday

Originally a two-week chart-topper in early July, George then spent five weeks at Number 2. The last time a song spent that much time at the runner-up slot before going back up was Happy by Pharrell in 2014.

Just behind, Drake holds firm at Number 2 with In My Feelings, while Benny Blanco advances one to 3 with Eastside ft. Halsey & Khalid. Loud Luxury ascend two to Number 4, while Calvin Harris and Sam Smith begin at Number 5 with Promises, potentially this week's highest new entry.

New entries and high climbers

Ariana Grande has three songs in today's midweek Top 20, God is a Woman being the highest, rebounding six places to Number 6. Sweetener album cut Breathin storms to Number 8, while the title track from Ari's fourth studio LP lands at 19.

Two more new entries are also vying for a Top 20 debut; Jess Glynne's All I Am is on course to become her 11th Top 40 hit, while The 1975 are coasting towards an eighth Top 40 appearance with TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME, new at 20.

David Guetta and Anne-Marie are catapulting 13 positions to Number 24 with Don't Leave Me Alone, plus Happier, Marshmello's latest track ft. Bastille, starts out at Number 34.

Finally, for the first time in over 20 years, Aretha Franklin could grace her presence in the Top 40, following her death last Thursday. The Queen of Soul's hit single I Say A Little Prayer re-enters at Number 22 today, with Respect at 33.

View this week's Top 100 Official Singles Chart Update in full