Olly Murs is in pole position to reach number one in the album charts on Sunday with ‘Right Place, Right Time’, while his single ‘Troublemaker’ is expected to stay at top spot.

The Essex boy soared to the top of the UK charts on Sunday with ‘Troublemaker’, his fourth number one single, and now looks set to see off the challenge from Bruno Mars’ ‘Locked Out Of Heaven’ to spend a second week at the top.

If he scores the double he will be the fourth act to do so this year.

Gary Barlow and The Commonwealth Band topped both charts in June with ‘Sing’; Robbie Williams topped both earlier this month with ‘Candy’ and ‘Take The Crown’; and One Direction also scored a double success in November with ‘Little’ Things and ‘Take Me Home’.