Eminem is on course to get his seventh number one album this weekend.
The rapper is leading the midweek charts with The Marshall Mathers LP 2, according to Digital Spy.
It went on sale on November 5 and The Official Charts Company has said that it shifted 73,000 copies in just 24 hours.
So far, the charts also include James Arthur's self-titled debut album at number two and Tinie Tempah's second album, Demonstration, at three, while The Wanted's latest album Word Of Mouth has entered at number seven.
Little Mix have entered at number three with Move, closely followed by Britney Spears' Work B**** at four.