The xx beating Bob Dylan and The Script in battle for Number One album

Meanwhile Amelia Lily looks set to take the top spot in the singles chart

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The xx are set to take the Number One spot in the Official UK Album Chart with their new LP 'Coexist' on Sunday (September 16).

The London trio are currently outselling The Script's new album '#3' by 6,500 copies with three more sale days to go until the final chart is announced.

Bob Dylan is also new at Number Three with his new album 'Tempest', with Coldplay at Number Four and Pet Shop Boys at Number Five with their new record 'Elysium', reports the Official Charts Company.

The Vaccines are set to fall to Number Six with 'The Vaccines Come Of Age', with Emeli Sande at Number Seven, Two Door Cinema Club at Number Eight, Joe McElderry new at Number Nine with 'Here's What I Believe' and Rita Ora at Number Ten.

Billy Talent are set to chart at Number 14 with 'Dead Silence', ZZ Top are also on to be new at Number 21 with 'La Futura', with Melanie C set to land at Number 27 with her new album 'Stages' and Gallows on to debut at Number 29 with their self-titled third album.

In the singles chart, Amelia Lily, who came third in the X Factor in 2011, is set to go straight to Number One with her new single 'You Bring Me Joy'.

The Script and will.i.am's duet 'Hall Of Fame' is set to be Number Two, with last week's Number One Ne-Yo at Number Three, Little Mix at Number Four and Flo Rida at Five.

Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen's collaboration 'Good Life' is set to be Number Six, with Taylor Swift at Number Seven, Pink at Number Eight, Sam And The Womp at Number Nine and X Factor judge Tulisa new at Number 10 with 'Live It Up.

The Killers' new single 'Runaways' is set to chart a Number 15, while Mumford & Sons are on to chart at Number 19 with their new track 'I Will Wait'.

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

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