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Six 2017 albums of seasonal fare remain in the Top 75 but only Christmas With Elvis Presley & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (9-9, 28,159 sales) is outperforming Bubles set.The rest of the Top 10: Beautiful Trauma (4-3, 49,583 sales) by Pink, Together Again (3-4, 46,848 sales) by Michael Ball & Alfie Boe, The Architect (7-6, 40,990 sales) by Paloma Faith, A Love So Beautiful (8-7, 34,532 sales) by Roy Orbison & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Glory Days (6-8, 33,633 sales) by Little Mix.Overall album sales are up 1.88% week-on-week at 3,139,541, 13.33% below same week 2016 sales of 3,622,278, and their highest level of the year for the fourth week in a row.Streaming accounted for 860,489 sales 27.41% of the total.Last year’s winner Matt Terry made his chart debut at No3 with When Christmas Comes Around - can Rak-Su top that?Unless their momentum goes into reverse, they should comfortably beat 2015’s Louisa Johnson, who managed only No9 with winner’s single Forever Young.
With only one new album selling enough copies to debut inside the Top 75 this week, and none impacting the Top 50, there is, nevertheless, a change at the top of the chart for the 16th week in a row, with 2017's biggest-selling album, by Ed Sheeran, returning to the summit.
After hovering in the 11-20 range of the chart for the last six weeks, Michael Buble's Christmas finally returns to the Top 10, advancing 12-10 (26,939 sales).
It is the sixth Christmas in seven years since its release that the album has made the Top 10, missing out only in 2015, when it reached No.12.
It is the sixth time the album has risen to No.1 and the 18th week it has spent at the summit in a scorching 41-week chart career which have seen it rack up cumulative sales of 2,508,136 copies, including 580,091 from streams.
That is more than the rest of 2017's top five artist albums combined, and is certain to win Sheeran the accolade of having the year's biggest-seller for the second time in his career, three years after his second album, X, topped the list with sales of 1,689,124 copies.