Kylie and JLS set for chart takeover

Last Sunday saw Katy Perry feat Snoop Dogg and Eminem retain their positions at the top of the charts, ending a 12-week in which the leadership had changed hands every time.

This should change this Sunday: Kylie Minogue's Aphrodite album (Parlophone) sold more than 30,000 copies yesterday to top midweek sales flashes, more than double the nearest competitor, Eminem.

Meanwhile, new albums from Enrique Iglesias, Feeder, I Am Kloot and Cherry Ghost should all debut within the top 30.

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