Florence and the Machine set to knock Coldplay off the top of the UK album chart

Cher Lloyd is also on for her second Number One single

Florence And The Machine are set to knock Coldplay off the top of the UK album chart on Sunday (November 6) with their new album ‘Ceremonials’.

The album, which is the band’s second, has already sold over 50,000 copies in its first two days onsale and is set to comfortably push Coldplay‘s ‘Mylo Xyloto’ down to Number Two.

Professor Green is also on for a high new entry, with his second album ‘At Your Inconvenience’ currently set to enter at Number Three. Noel Gallagher is presently at Number Four with his solo debut ‘Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Bird’, while Michael Buble is at Number Five with his festive LP ‘Christmas’.

Manic Street Preachers are currently at Number Seven with their new compilation ‘National Treasures’, which is sandwiched between new entries from opera singer Alfie Boe and the debut album from Rizzle Kicks, which are at Number Six and Eight respectively.

The Beach Boys‘ long awaited album ‘Smile’ is set to be Number 15, with the reissued version of U2‘s ‘Achtung Baby’ at Number 19. Megadeth are presently Number 20 with their new album ‘Th1rt3en’, one place above Metallica and Lou Reed‘s ‘Lulu’ which is currently Number 21. Steel Panther are also new at 24 with their second LP ‘Balls Out’.

In the singles chart, Cher Lloyd is set to score her second UK Number One single with her new track ‘With Ur Love’ with last week’s chart topper Professor Green presently at Number Two with ‘Read All About It’.

Rihanna holds firm at Number Three with ‘We Found Love’, while Labrinth are down to Number Four with ‘Earthquakes’ and Maroon 5 at Number Five with ‘Moves Like Jagger’.

Charlene Soria, Kelly Clarkson, LMFAO, Ed Sheeran and The Wanted are all set to remain in the Top 10, with Cher Lloyd presently set to be the only new entry in the Top 10.

Check NME.COM on Sunday to for the latest chart update.