X Factor's 5 After Midnight are set for a Top 40 debut with their first single.
The group performed their debut single Up In Here on last week's Britain's Got Talent live shows as it was released on Friday night.
As of today, the song is Number 29 on the charts based on midweek sales and streams.
It's the trio's first song, which has been produced by MNEK, from their debut album after signing with Simon Cowell's Syco record label.
"We're so so so excited for the next stage of 5 After Midnight's journey," the boys said. "We've been working with some incredible artists like MNEK and Raye who have really inspired us and helped us to grow.
"We can't wait to show the world what we've been working on and hope everyone loves it as much as we do."
Meanwhile, it's Ariana Grande who is battling for Number 1 this week.
She's challenging Luis Fonsi & Justin Bieber's Despacito for Friday night's top spot, the Official Charts Company reports.
After an emotional One Love Manchester concert last night at Old Trafford Cricket Ground, which was seen by over 15 million viewers, Ariana Grande's One Last Time has shot up the charts.
The song has been re-released with 76p of each 99p download going to charity for the victims of the terror attack which took place at Ariana's concert in Manchester last month.
As of last night, One Last Time is currently at Number 2 on the charts, a new peak from its original release.
Currently at Number 1 - for a potential fifth week - are Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee with Despacito. The song has already broken the record for the longest reigning foreign language Number 1 in UK chart history.
Elsewhere, One Direction's Niall Horan's Slow Hands has climbed up to Number 12 following his performance at last night's Manchester concert.