Whitney Houston is on course for a return to the top of the U.S. charts with her comeback album.
Experts have revealed early sales of I Look To You indicate the superstar is on target to shift 200,000 copies, which should easily give her the edge over Miley Cyrus and current chart-topper Colbie Caillat next week (09Sep09).
If she does make it to the top, the album will be Houston's first number one for seven years.