Coldplay set for Glastonbury 2011?

Michael Eavis says 'he's sure they'll be back next year'

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Glastonbury festival organiser Michael Eavis has revealed that Coldplay are set to appear at next year's event.

In an interview with BBC 6 Music, Eavis said that he was "sure" that Chris Martin and co would return to perform at the bash in 2011.

''They've played four or five times already but they'll be back next year," he said, before adding: "I'm sure [of it].''

The group first played Glastonbury in 1999, and last appeared at the bash headlining the Pyramid Stage in 2005.

Meanwhile, this year's festival will take place between June 25-27, at Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset, with Stevie Wonder, Muse and U2 headlining.

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