Amy Winehouse set to top the UK album chart with ‘Lioness: Hidden Treasures’

'X Factor Finalists 2011' are also set for a second week at the top of the singles chart

Amy Winehouse‘s posthumous album ‘Lioness: Hidden Treasures’ is set to go straight in at Number One on Sunday (December 11) on the Official UK Album Chart.

The album is presently outselling Michael Buble‘s festive release ‘Christmas’ and is on course to take the top spot. Last week’s Number One Olly Murs is set to fall to Number Four, with Rebecca Ferguson set to enter at Number Three with her debut album ‘Heaven’.

There are no other new entries in the Top Ten, with Rihanna, Adele, Ed Sheeran, Coldplay and Bruno Mars all holding firm. Lower down the chart, The Black Keys are set to enter at Number 21 with ‘El Camino’.

In the Official UK Singles Chart, the X Factor contestants’ cover of Rose Royce‘s 1978 single ‘Wishing On A Star’ is set for a second week at Number One.

‘Wishing On A Star’ is just ahead of Olly Murs‘ ‘Dance With Me Tonight’, which remains at Number Two. Lloyd is set to be new at Number Three with ‘Dedication To My Ex’, but other than that the Top 10 is set to be largely unchanged.

The Pogues‘ ‘Fairy Tale Of New York’ and Mariah Carey‘s ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’ are both set to climb the charts as Christmas gets closer with the former currently at Number 17 and the latter presently at Number 15.

The only notable new entries are set to be Sway, who is new at Number 13 with ‘Still Speedin’ and Amy Winehouse‘s ‘Our Day Will Come’ which is new at Number 31.

Check NME.COM on Sunday night for the latest chart news.