Mike Posner could end Lukas Graham's stay at top of singles chart
Lukas Graham's record chart run could be toppled by Mike Posner, who has stormed back into the UK charts after a five-year absence.
The four-piece claimed the title of the UK's longest-running Danish number one single on Friday with five weeks at the top, but now just 3,000 sales separate them from Posner and h is comeback track I Took A Pill In Ibiza.
Unlikely to be troubled by her chart-mates is Adele, whose album 25 is currently outselling the rest of the top three combined.
If she holds onto the crown until Friday, Adele will mark 11 weeks at number one.
Jess Glynne's I Cry When I Laugh and Justin Bieber's Purpose are at two and three respectively, but are unlikely to provide any competition to the Hello songstress.
David Bowie's Best of Bowie stays at number four while Coldplay complete the top five with A Head Full Of Dreams.
Rounding off the top five singles chart is Zara Larsson at three with Lush Life, Fifth Harmony's Work From Home at four and Rihanna's Work at five.
Zayn's latest single Like I Would lands at 25, making it a Heruclean effort to climb to number one by Friday like his first single Pillowtalk.