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Cheryl Cole set to debut at Number One this weekend with ‘Call My Name’

Gary Barlow and his Commonwealth Band are set to hold firm in the album charts

Cheryl Cole is set to take the Number One spot in the Official Singles Chart this Sunday (June 17) with her new track ‘Call My Name’.

The track, which has been written and produced by Calvin Harris, is the singer’s first release under the name of simply Cheryl and looks set to knock Take That mainman Gary Barlow and his Commonwealth Band’s recent single ‘Sing’ down to Number Three, reports the Official Charts Company.

Flo Rida look set to be a non-mover at Number Two, with Rudimental at Number Four and Coldplay and Rihanna’s ‘Princess Of China’ at Number Five. Fun, Dizzee Rascal and DJ Fresh, Rihanna, Carly Rae Jepsen and Usher are set to make up the rest of the Top 10.

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Gary Barlow and his Commonwealth Band are standing firm in the album chart top spot however and are currently holding off Usher, who is set to debut at Number Two with his new effort ‘Looking 4 Myself’.

Amy MacDonald is set to take the Number Three spot with her new album ‘Life In A Beautiful Light’, while Maximo Park‘s new offering ‘The National Health’ is set to chart at Number Six. Coldplay and Ed Sheeran look set to occupy the places inbetween.

Hot Chip are also set to enter the Top 10 with ‘In Our Heads’ presently at Number Nine. They join Emeli Sande, Paloma Faith and The Bee Gees in making up the rest of the Top 10.

The only other new entry in the top 20 is set to be Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, who is presently at Number 19 with his debut LP ‘Trouble’.

Check NME.COM on Sunday at 7pm (GMT) for the latest charts news.
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