Florence And The Machine set for a second week at Number One with 'Spectrum'

Elton John's collaboration with Pnau also looks odds on to take the top spot in the album chart

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Florence And The Machine are set to hold on to the Number One spot in the Official Singles Chart on Sunday (July 22) with 'Spectrum'.

The track, which has been remixed by dance titan Calvin Harris, is currently outselling Maroon 5's 'Payphone, but the sales figures are extremely tight, meaning the race for Number One will go down to the wire, reports the Official Charts Company.

Stooshe are set to be Number Three, with Will.i.am at Number Four with 'This Is Love' and Chris Brown at Number Five. Flo Rida are set to stay at Six, with Rudimental at Number Seven. Misha B, Nicki Minaj and Coldplay/Rihanna are set to take the other spots.

In the Official Album Chart, Elton John set to debut at Number One with his collaboration album with Pnau, which is titled 'Good Morning To The Night'.

Fresh from his spectacular show on Sunday night (July 15), Paul Simon's 'Graceland' is set to shoot up the chart to Number Two, with Maroon 5 at Number Three, Nas new at Number Four with 'Life Is Good' and Ed Sheeran at Number Five with '+'.

Last week's Number One Newton Faulkner is set to fall to Number Six, with Lianne La Havas new at Seven with 'Is Your Love Big Enough?'. Adele, Frank Ocean and Emeli Sande are set to take the other spots in the Top 10.

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

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