Dua Lipa closes in on albums No.1

James Hanley

The Official Charts Midweek Sales Flash is in, and Dua Lipa is odds-on to claim her first No.1 album.

After narrowly missing out on the top spot in last week's chart, Future Nostalgia holds a commanding lead - selling 10,185 copies, almost double that of Lewis Capaldi's Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent, which sits at No.2 on sales of 5,674.

Reigning chart-topper Calm (1,934 sales) by 5 Seconds Of Summer drops to No.12, while Thundercat's It Is What It ...

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