Take That set to topple Arctic Monkeys from albums chart peak

Band's new 'Progressed' record on course for Number One slot

Take That look set to knock Arctic Monkeys off the top of the UK albums chart this Sunday (June 19).

The band’s new release ‘Progressed’, an eight-track EP, is currently outselling both Adele‘s ’21’ and the Sheffield band’s fourth album ‘Suck It And See’, which was Number One on Sunday (June 12). ‘Progressed’ is also available as the second disc on the new edition of the band’s 2010 album ‘Progress’ as well as a standalone EP.

Paul Simon and Eminem are also set to enter the Top Ten, with the legendary’s singer’s new LP ‘So Beautiful Or What’ presently at Number Four. The rapper’s collaboration with Royce Da 5’9 under the name Bad Meets Evil is at the midweek Number Six with ‘Hell – The Sequel’.

In the singles chart Calvin Harris is currently leading the way with his new track ‘Bounce’, which feature Kelis on vocals. He is being run close though by last week’s Number One Example and his single ‘Changed The Way You Kissed Me’, plus Ed Sheeran‘s new cut ‘The A Team’.

Check NME.COM on Sunday from 7pm (BST) to find out this week’s official UK singles and albums chart placings.