Billie Eilish set to reclaim Number 1 album, Lil Nas X on track for second week atop Official Singles Chart

Plus, potential new entries on the way from Loyle Carner, Jade Bird, Bananarama, Beyoncé, and Lizzo.

Billie Eilish looks set to return to the top of the Official Albums Chart this week.

Billie previously spent two weeks at Number 1 before her run was halted by K-pop stars BTS last week but, according to latest data from the Official Charts Company, her debut When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? she's on course to reclaim her throne.

Loyle Carner is on track for a first Top 10 album with Not Waving But Drowning, the follow-up to Mercury Prize-nominated debut Yesterday's Gone, starting at 2, while veteran rockers the Rolling Stones are eyeing a 39th Top 10 album with Honk, at 5.

Singer-songwriter Jade Bird starts at 7 with her self-titled debut, and Peckham rockers Fat White Family look set for a first Top 40 with third studio album Serf's Up! at 10 in today's update.

Also on track for a debut in the Top 40 this week: Showaddywaddy with Gold (12): Bananarama's In Stereo (16); Beyoncé rockets 63 slots with live album Homecoming, from her mammoth Coachella shows in 2018 (25); and Lizzo is looking good for very first Top 40 album with Cuz I Love You (30).

Over on singles, Lil Nas X looks set to hang onto the top spot with Old Town Road, but Meduza's Piece of Your Heart, feat Goodboys, edges closer in today's update, at 2.

Jonas Blue is on track for his eighth Top 40 single with What I Like About You, feat Theresa Rex, which is a big climber, landing at 22 today, and George Ezra's Pretty Shining People is on the up too, at 24.

US rapper Lil Dicky is eyeing a return to the Top 40, a year after his Number 1 hit Freaky Friday – Earth starts at 27 – and rapper Digga D is in with a chance of his first Top 40, with No Diet, at 33.

Tune into the Official Chart with Scott Mills on BBC Radio 1 on Friday from 4pm to find out who's Number 1, and see the full Top 100 singles and albums here from 5:45pm