With Greatest Hits 2.0 (Absolute Label Services), it appears that Busted will earn its first U.K. Official Albums #1. Over on Singles, Doja Cat is still on top.

Busted leads a number of new entries on today’s midweek chart.

Mitski could claim a career best with The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We (Dead Oceans), at #3. Corey Taylor’s CMF2 (BMG) starts at #4, followed by Thirty Seconds to Mars It’s the End of the World but It’s a Beautiful Day (Concord).

At #6 is a 50th anniversary reissue of The Who’s chart-topping '71 album Who’s Next (Polydor). The record could return to the Top 10 for the first time since its year of release.

Other new entries in today’s Top 10 are The Pretenders at #7 with Relentless (Parlophone), Ash’s Race the Night (Fierce Panda) at #8 and Steve Hackett’s Foxtrot at Fifty + Hackett Highlights: Live in Brighton (InsideOutMusic) at #10.

Madison Beer is aiming for a U.K. career best with Silence Between Songs (Epic), starting at #12.

On the U.K.’s Official Singles midweeks, “Paint the Town Red” (Ministry of Sound) by Doja Cat looks set for a second week at #1.

Breakout singer and producer Kenya Grace could score her first Top 5 single with “Strangers” (FFRR), rising nine to #3. cassö, RAYE and D-Block Europe’s “Prada” (Ministry of Sound) is set to jump one to #4. Tate McRae’s “greedy” (RCA) is expected to debut at #9.