Now this is the most interesting chart battle of the year - and noone's mentioned it in full
1) Will Young - "Light My Fire"
One of this years big events is Pop Idol. Will broke all sales records (well, almost all) with his last single and it would seem obvious that this, another track performed on more than one occasion on the TV show, would top the chart very safely.
2) Ant and Dec - "We're On The Ball"
Another of this years big events is the World Cup, and fresh from hosting the above TV Show (Pop Idol) come Ant and Dec with our official World Cup song. Normally it's one of the unofficial ones that does well (remember England United's "On Top Of The World"? few people do!) however with the might of Ant and Dec behind it in any other week, this would surely have number one stamped all over it. It's gonna be close
3) Sex Pistols - "God Save The Queen"
The third major event of the year is the jubilee and the famously anti-Royal punk rockers are back. "God Save The Queen" has been accused of being cheated of a number one position by conspiracy theorists as at the time of the silver jubilee this terribly anti-Royal song was actually the biggest seller, but they only made it number 2. It's back for the Golden Jubilee and all the people who didn't understand why everyone was grieving for the dear old Queen Mum will also be the ones who are anti-Jubilee and will be desparate to see this top the chart. In any other week they'd be assured of number one but in a three way battle, it'll be very close