Kings of Leon are all set to make a triumphant return to their throne at the top of the Official Albums Chart this week after three years away.
Their latest album WALLS (which stands for We Are Like Love Songs) is way ahead in the race to be Number 1 on today's update, almost 22,000 combined sales in front of nearest rival Tom Chaplin.
WALLS is in line to be Kings Of Leon's fifth chart-topping album; their most recent was Mechanical Bull in October 2013. View their UK singles and albums chart history here.
Keane's lead singer Tom Chaplin's solo debut The Wave is at 2, while a reissue of Oasis' 1997 classic Be Here Now is in at 3.
Phil Collins' retrospective The Singles starts at 4, while Two Door Cinema Club's third album Gameshow rounds off the Top 5.
New entries and high climbers
American country band Blackberry Smoke could be in for a personal best with Like An Arrow lancing at 6, while Rebecca Ferguson's looking good for a fourth Top 10 with Superwoman (7).
Katie Melua's seasonal album In Winter could give her a seventh Top 10, at 9, US singer-songwriter Beth Hart is at 16 with Fire On The Floor, and poet John Cooper Clarke teams up with former Stranglers' vocalist Hugh Cornwell on This Time It's Personal, which starts at 18.
Other albums with the potential to make the Top 40 this week: Hillsong Worship's Let There Be Light (22); Davie Teie's Music for Cats (25); 1992, from rapper The Game, begins at 26; Dillinger Escape Plan's Dissociation (27); and a return for JoJo with Mad Love, at 32 on today's Update.
Remind yourself of every Official UK Number 1 album of 2016 so far below: