Justin Bieber set to keep Cheryl Cole off the top of the UK Album chart

Maroon 5 also look set to land this weekend's Number One single with 'Payphone'

Justin Bieber set to keep Cheryl Cole off the top of the UK Album chart

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Justin Bieber looks set to take the top spot in the UK Album Chart this Sunday (June 24) with his second album 'Believe'.

The pint-sized sensation is currently outselling Cheryl Cole's new album 'A Million Lights', which is presently at Number Two and around 3,000 copies behind Bieber in the race for Number One.

Paloma Faith looks set to take the Number Three spot with her new album 'Fall To Grace', while Amy MacDonald and Emeli Sande look set to occupy the Number Four and Five spots, reports the Official Charts Company.

The only other new entries in the Top 10 are set to come from US country star Carrie Underwood, who looks odds on to take the Number 10 position with her new record 'Blown Away', and former Guns N' Roses man Slash, who is currently Number Eight with his new album 'Apocalyptic Love'. Usher, Gary Barlow and his Commonwealth Band and Coldplay look set to take the other places in the Top 10.

Reverend And The Makers look set for a decent new entry with their new album '@reverend_makers', which is currently Number 13, just ahead of the Smashing Pumpkins' new album 'Oceania', which is presently Number 14.

In the singles chart, Maroon 5 are likely to grab the Number One spot with 'Payphone', their new collaboration with Wiz Khalifa, which has shifted over 80,000 copies so far.

Cheryl Cole looks set to have both Number Two spots with 'Call My Name' currently placing the same as her new album, while Flo Rida, Stooshe and Coldplay and Rihanna look set to make the rest of the Top Five.

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

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