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328   Wednesday, 26 November 1958
England 2 Wales 2 [1-1]
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The Top Thirty UK Music Chart by New Musical Express 

On Friday, 15 November 1952, The New Musical Express published the first ever singles chart in the UK, comprising the twelve highest selling singles of the week, it increased to twenty on Friday, 1 October 1954, and thirty on Friday, 13 April 1956. When England drew with Wales, Tommy Edwards' It's All In A Game was the best selling single for its third and final week. When the chart of Friday, 21 November 1958 was published, there were sixteen surviving songs from the last chart when England played five weeks ago:-

1. (=) It's All In The Game - Tommy Edwards (MGM)
2. (3) Hoots Man - Lord Rockingham's XI (Decca)
3. (2) Bird Dog - The Everly Brothers (London)
4. (5) A Certain Smile - Johnny Mathis (Fontana)
5. (8) More Than Ever (Come Prima) - Malcolm Vaughan with The Michael Sammes Singers (HMV)
6. (20) It's Only Make Believe - Conway Twitty (MGM)
7. (4) Come Prima - Marino Marini and His Quartet (Durium)
8. (7) Move It - Cliff Richard and The Drifters (Columbia)
9. (6) Stupid Cupid/Carolina Moon - Connie Francis (MGM)
10. (11) Tea For Two Cha Cha - Tommy Dorsey Orchestra Starring Warren Covington (Brunswick)
11. (13) Love Makes The World Go Round - Perry Como (RCA)
12. (10) King Creole - Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires (RCA)
13. Tom Dooley - Lonnie Donegan (Pye Nixa)
14. (24) Someday - Ricky Nelson (London)
15. (9) My True Love - Jack Scott (London)
16. (14) Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You) - Jodie Sands (HMV)
(21) Come On Let's Go - Tommy Steele (Decca)
18. (12) Born Too Late - Poni-Tails (HMV)
19. (25) I'll Get By - Connie Francis (MGM)
20. (18) Western Movies - The Olympics (HMV)
  Tom Dooley - Kingston Trio (Capitol)
22.   Fallin' - Connie Francis (MGM)
23. (re) Susie Darlin' - Robin Luke (London)
  High Class Baby - Cliff Richard with The Drifters (Columbia)
25. (23) Summertime Blues - Eddie Cochran (London)
26. (28) Lonnie's Skiffle Party - Lonnie Donegan and His Skiffle Group (Pye Nixa)
27.   I Got A Feeling - Ricky Nelson (London)
28. (re) More Than Ever (Come Prima) - Robert Earl (Philips)
29.   Mandolins In The Moonlight - Perry Como (RCA)
30. (15) Volare - Dean Martin (Capitol)
(22) Volare - Domenico Modugno (Oriole)
♪Most weeks at number one when England played:
Frankie Laine, six
Connie Francis and Doris Day, five
Ronnie Hilton, four
Guy Mitchell, three
Tony Bennett, Lonnie Donegan, Marvin Rainwater, Johnnie Ray and Jimmy Young, two
Paul Anka, Winifred Atwell, Harry Belafonte, Rosemary Clooney,
Perry Como, The Crickets, Tommy Edwards, Bill Haley, Tab Hunter, Vera Lynn, Al Martino, Lita Roza, Anne Shelton, Frank Sinatra, Stargazers, Tennessee Ernie Ford, David Whitfield and Slim Whitman, one each