Busted's Greatest Hits 2.0 vs. Olivia Rodrigo's GUTS: Who's tracking for Number 1 album?
Reigning champ Olivia, who debuted at the summit with her second LP GUTS last week, could be knocked off her perch by Charlie Simpson, James Bourne and Matt Willis, whose Greatest Hits 2.0 is currently predicted to top the chart this Friday, September 22.
Though, in today's update, GUTS narrows the gap and sits fewer than 6,000 chart units behind Busted's collection; which includes reworkings of their biggest tracks with the likes of Jonas Brothers, James Arthur and their 20th Anniversary & Greatest Hits Tour support act Hanson.
Elsewhere in this week's expected Official Albums Chart Top 10, Mitski could claim a career-best with her seventh studio LP The Land is Inhospitable and So Are We (3), Northern Irish rockers Ash eye a sixth Top 10 record with latest release Race the Night (5) and Corey Taylor could reach new solo highs outside of his Slipknot career with second studio album CMF2 (6).
The Pretenders' Relentless could earn the group a seventh Top 10 album (7), Thirty Seconds to Mars may claim a third with It's the End of the World But It's a Beautiful Day (8) and The Who's Who's Next reissue also eyes a return to the Top 10 (10).
Find out who comes out on top on BBC Radio 1's The Official Chart with Jack Saunders, this Friday September 22 from 4pm on BBC Radio 1 and BBC Sounds.