The Killers set to top the UK Album Chart with 'Battle Born' this weekend

Meanwhile it looks like The Script are set to take the Number One spot in the singles chart

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The Killers look set to top the Official UK Album Chart on Sunday (September 23) with their new LP 'Battle Born'.

The Nevada rockers are currently comfortably outselling Pink, who is presently at Number Two with her new record 'The Truth About Love'. The Script are in third place, with last week's Number One The xx set to fall to Number Four, just ahead of Emeli Sande, who is currently at Number Five.

The reissue of Michael Jackson's 'Bad' is set to take the Number Six spot, with Bob Dylan at Number Seven and Carly Rae Jepsen new at Number Eight with 'Kiss'. Coldplay and Plan B are set to take the other places in the Top 10, reports Official Charts Company.

Outside the Top 10, Grizzly Bear are set to land at Number 11 with their new album 'Shields', while Band Of Horses are on to be new at Number 13 with 'Mirage Rock'. Further down the chart, the new records from Rival Sons, Skunk Anansie and We Are The Ocean are set to land at Numbers 19, 26 and 38 respectively.

In the Official Singles Chart, The Script's collaboration with will.i.am 'Hall Of Fame' looks set to take the top spot, with Example narrowly behind in second place with 'Say Nothing'.

Ne-Yo is set to stay put at Number Three, with Pink at Number Four and Taylor Swift at Number Five. Amelia Lily, Dappy, Little Mix, Owl City/Carly Rae Jepsen and David Guetta are set to make up the rest of the Top 10.

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

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