The Vamps’ Night and Day is heading back to Number 1 following its Day Edition re-release

Rick Astley and Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again's Motion Picture Cast Recording are also set for this week's Top 5.

The Vamps are set to dethrone Drake from the top of the Official Albums Chart.

The Day Edition of their 2017 Number 1 album Night and Day has so far shifted 22,000 copies this week, giving them a lead of 10,000 combined chart sales on today’s Official Chart Update. The Vamps' nearest rival is the chart topper from the past two weeks, Scorpion by Drake (2).

Rick Astley is set for his fifth UK Top 10 album with Beautiful Life at Number 3, while Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again’s Motion Picture Cast Recording is a new midweek entry new at Number 5.

New entries and high climbers

Black Flame, the fifth studio album from British metalcore group Bury Tomorrow could become their highest charting release, and third UK Top 40 entry, at Number 11, The Hunna’s sophomore album Dare is currently at Number 13, and Not3s’ second EP Take Not3s II occupies the Number 15 slot at the midweek stage.

Fresh from his Barclaycard presents British Summertime Hyde Park headline slot, Paul Simon’s The Ultimate Collection is set for a potential return to the Top 40 (37), as could The Rolling Stones’ Hot Rocks 1964-1971 following a retail price promotion.

Finally, Canadian group Cowboy Junkies could net their first Top 40 album since 1992, All That Reckoning is their first studio collection in six years (39).

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