September 5, 2012 16:26
The Vaccines ahead of Two Door Cinema Club in race for Number One album
'The Vaccines Come Of Age' is currently 5,000 sales ahead of 'Beacon' in the battle for the top spot
The London quartet are currently 5,000 sales ahead of the Northern Irish trio and their second album 'Beacon', which is at Number Two, with three days of sales left.
Last week's Number One Rita Ora is set to drop to Number Three with her debut, 'Ora', while Ronan Keating is also new at Number Four with 'Fires' and Emeli Sande at Number Five.
Dire Straits' Mark Knopfler is set to be new at Number Six with 'Privateering', with Plan B at Number Seven, Scouting For Girls new at Number Eight with 'The Light Between Us', Paloma Faith at Number Nine and Of Monsters And Men at Number 10.
Matchbox Twenty are new at Number 11 with their LP 'North', The Milk are set to take the Number 19 spot with their record 'Tales From The Thames Delta', Cat Power looks like charting at Number 25 with 'Sun', while Animal Collective are on to chart at Number 33 with 'Centipede Hz'.
In the singles chart, Ne-Yo look odds on to take the top spot with his new track 'Let Me Love You (Until You Learn To Love Yourself)'. The Script are set to be new at Number Two with their duet with will.i.am 'Hall Of Fame', with Pink set to chart at Number Three with her new single 'Blow Me (One Last Kiss)'.
Last week's Number One Little Mix are set to fall to Number Four with 'Wings', with Sam And The Womp, Public Enemy, Carly Rae Jepsen/Owl City, Rita Ora, Angel and Taylor Swift taking the other spots in the Top 10.
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