But 'Hey Baby' may well be kept from the top slot by the stubborn Enrique Iglesias...

No Doubt are tipped to have their biggest UK hit in years this week, according to chart experts.

Their single 'Hey Baby' is released today (February 4), and a chart expert at the Virgin Megastore in London told NME.COM that she predicted it to be this week's highest new entry this coming Sunday (February 10).

She commented: "We're not sure at this early stage if it has the weight to go to Number One, but we expect a Top Three entry."

She added that Enrique Iglesias may be able to hold onto the top spot for a third week with his single 'Hero'.

No Doubt's biggest UK chart hit so far was 'Don't Speak', which reached Number One in February 1997.

Other new releases likely to break the Top 20 this week come from Pharcyde, who release their double A-side 'Asleep In The Back' / 'Coming Second' and Alien Ant Farm, with 'Movies'.

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