Lana Del Rey set to keep Paul McCartney off the top of the UK Album chart

Maverick Sabre, Van Halen and Young Guns are also set to go Top 10 this weekend

Lana Del Rey set to keep Paul McCartney off the top of the UK Album chart
Lana Del Rey is set to hold off competition from Paul McCartney, Maverick Sabre and Van Halen to remain Number One in the Official UK Album Chart this Sunday (February 12).

The singer's debut album 'Born To Die' is currently holding firm at Number One, with Maverick Sabre's debut offering 'Lonely Are The Brave' set to enter at Number Two and Paul McCartney set to be new at Number Three with 'Kisses On The Bottom', reports the Official Charts Company.

Van Halen are set to be Number Four with their comeback album 'A Different Kind Of Truth', while Ed Sheeran is presently Number Five with '+'.

Young Guns are currently set to break into the Top 10 with their second album 'Bones', which is presently Number nine, while Mark Lanegan's 'Blues Funeral' is also set to chart high at Number 10.

Further down the chart, the Pet Shops Boys are currently at Number 12 with 'Format', Air are presently Number 19 with 'La Voyage Dans La Lune' and Juan Zelada is set to grab the Number 37 spot with 'High Ceilings & Collarbones'.

In the singles race, David Guetta is set for another week at Number One with 'Titanium', which is just ahead of Gotye's 'Someone I Used To Know', which is currently Number Two.

will.i.am's new collaboration with Mick Jagger and Jennifer Lopez 'T.H.E (The Hardest Ever)' is set to debut at Number Three with Jessie J at Number Four and Alyssa Reid at Number Five. Flo Rida, Cover Drive, Rizzle Kicks, Lana Del Rey and Kelly Clarkson are set to make up the rest of the top 10.

For the latest chart news, visit NME.COM on Sunday at 7pm.

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