Adele's 25 is heading back to Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart following her Glastonbury performance

All three of the singer's albums are on course to chart in this week's Top 20.

She owned Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage last Saturday, and now Adele is set to dominate this week's Official Albums Chart once again.

All three of the singer's albums have seen a huge boost in sales since her show stopping performance at the festival, with her latest effort 25  leaping 13 places to Number 1 on today's Official Chart Update with sales increasing 176% compared to the same period last week. The record is also enjoying an uplift after it was released on streaming services including Spotify and Apple Music last Friday (June 24). 

If it holds on to its current position, 25 will log its 13th week at the summit this Friday. Check out the album's full, week-by-week run on the Official Chart here

Meanwhile, the superstar's second album 21 vaults 58 places to Number 9, and her debut collection 19 looks set to re-enter the Top 40 for the first time in six months, currently at 13. 

MORE: See this week's Top 100 Official Albums Chart Update in full

A number of other acts who appeared at Glastonbury have also seen a huge sales uplift since their performances. Muse - who headlined on Friday - see their latest record Drones zoom 164 places to Number 15, Foals' What Went Down is up 149 spots to 19, and The 1975's I Like It When You Sleep... leaps 20 places to 25. 

Saturday performers Last Of The Shadow Puppets bounce back into the Top 40 with Everything You've Come To Expect (36), and Tame Impala's Currents rebounds 88 spots to 38. It's worth noting that the impact of Sunday night headliners Coldplay is yet to be felt on the Official Chart, as sales and streams for the Official Chart Update are counted up to midnight on Sundays. Their latest album, A Head Full Of Dreams, is currently at 6.

New entries and high climbers

This week's highest new entry looks set to come from Neil Young & Promise Of The Real, who debut at 10 with Earth, DJ Shadow's fifth album The Mountain Will Fall is at 12, and Jon Anderson & Roine Stolt's collaborative album Invention Of Knowledge starts at 29. 

Further down, Steve Hackett's live album The Total Experience is new at 33, and just outside the Top 40 are Official Christmas Number 1 holders The Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Choir. Their debut album, called Something Inside So Strong, is currently at Number 41. 

Check out this week's Top 100 Official Albums Chart Update in full

Look back through every Official Number 1 album of 2016 so far below: 

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Adele – 25