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Bruce Springsteen set to beat Military Wives to the top of UK Album Chart

While Gotye is set for another week on top of the Singles Chart

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Bruce Springsteen is set to take the Number One spot in the Official UK Album Chart on Sunday (March 11) with his new album 'Wrecking Ball'.

The Boss is narrowly outselling Military Wives' debut album 'In My Dreams' which is currently Number Two, with Emeli Sande set to fall to Number Three and last week's Number One Adele set to drop to Number Four, reports the Official Charts Company.

Katie Melua is set to be Number Five with her new album 'Secret Symphony', with Ed Sheeran and Lana Del Rey set to be Number Six and Seven respectively. Lionel Ritchie, Coldplay and Gotye are set to make up the rest of Top 10.

Dry The River are currently Number 14 with their debut LP 'Shallow Bed' and Sinead O'Connor is set to chart at Number 23 with her new album 'How About I Be Me And You Be You'.

In the singles race, Gotye is set to secure another week at the top with 'Somebody I Used To Know'. The Australian is ahead of Emeli Sande, who is set to be Number Two with 'Next To Me' and Nicki Minaj, who is set to be Number Three with 'Starships'. Flo Rida is presently at Number Four with 'Wild Ones'.

Stooshe are set for a high new entry with their single 'Love Me', which is presently at Number Five, while Marcus Collins is set to debut at Number Six with his cover of The White Stripes' 'Seven Nation Army'.

Tinchy Stryder is set to be new at Number Eight with 'Bright Lights', with former Number One DJ Fresh currently Number Seven and David Guetta presently occupying both the Number Nine And 10 spots.

Arctic Monkeys are set to enter the Top 40 with their new single 'R U Mine?', which is presently Number 34.

Check NME.COM on Sunday at 7pm (GMT) for the latest chart news.
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