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Linkin Park are set to topple Justin Bieber from the top of the UK album chart with their new record 'Living Things'.

The album, which is the band's fifth, is currently 5,000 copies ahead of Maroon 5's 'Overexposed', which is presently at Number Two, according to the Official Charts Company.

Kanye West and Jay-Z's joint effort 'Watch The Throne' is set to be Number Three, with Justin Bieber at Number Four with 'Believe' and Ed Sheeran at Number Five with '+'.

Former Wildhearts singer Ginger Wildheart is set to chart in the Top 10, with his new effort '100 Percent' currently in the Number Nine spot, one place behind Flo Rida, who is presently Number Eight with 'Wild Ones'. Cheryl Cole, Rihanna and Emeli Sand are set to take the other spots in the Top 10.

Further down the chart, Netsky are set to debut at Number 21 with '2', Metric are on to be Number 24 with 'Synthetica', with The Offspring new at Number 27 with 'Days Go By'.

In the singles chart, Black Eyed Peas mainman will.i.am is set to take the Number One spot with 'This Us Love', just ahead of Chris Brown, who is new at Number Two with 'Don't Wake Me Up'.

Last week's Number One, Maroon 5 are set to fall to Number Three with 'Payphone', with Flo Rida at Number Four with 'Whistle' and Cheryl Cole at Number Five with 'Call My Name'. Coldplay/Rihanna, Rudimental, Stooshe, Fun and Katy Perry are set to make up the rest of Top 10.

Check back on Sunday at 7pm (GMT) to read the latest chart news.

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