January 18, 2012 16:02

Enter Shikari on course to grab their first UK Number One album with 'A Flash Flood Of Colour'

Meanwhile Jessie J is holding firm in the singles chart

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Enter Shikari are looking set to grab their first UK Number One album this Sunday (January 22) with 'A Flash Flood Of Colour'.

The St Albans band are currently 4,000 sales ahead of Ed Sheeran in the battle for the top spot in the Official UK Album Chart, with three days' worth of sales still left to go.

Adele is currently Number Three with '21', with last week's chart topper Bruno Mars presently at Number Four and Beyonce at Number Five.

Coldplay are at Number Six, with The Vaccines at Number Seven, Florence And The Machine at Number Eight, Jessie J at Number Nine and Rizzle Kicks at Number 10. Tribes are set to debut at Number 13 with their album 'Baby', while The Maccabees are currently Number 15 with 'Given To The Wild'.

In the Official UK Singles Chart, Jessie J is set to take the Number One spot for a second week with 'Domino', just ahead of Swedish House Mafia Vs Knife Party's 'Antidote' and David Guetta's 'Titanium', which are Number Two and Three respectively.

Rizzle Kicks are set to be Number Four with 'Mama Do The Hump', while Flo Rida are set to be down three places at Number Five. Lloyd, Pixie Lott, Coldplay, Taio Cruz and Aviici are set to make up the rest of the Top 10.

Check out NME.COM this Sunday to find out the latest chart news.

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