Flowers are already outselling its closest rival, RAYE’s Escapism, by more than 2:1, putting Miley Cyrus’ path to a third week at Number 1 in the clear. As Miley’s longest-running UK chart-topper, it would increase its lead.

The highest new entry this week might go to KSI and Oliver Tree, whose collaboration Voices is aiming to debut at Number 6 and become KSI’s ninth and Tree’s second Top 10 success.

Miguel’s 2010 single Sure Thing, which debuted in the Top 10 for the first time on Friday, nearly 13 years after it was initially released, is aiming to reach a new high of Number 8.

The slow-burning dance song 10:35 by Tisto and Tate McRae, I’ll Be Waiting by Cian Ducrot, and Red Flags by Mimi Webb are all expected to shift up one (13). (20).