Next month's Audit Bureau of Circulations magazine results are expected to reveal a fall of more than 10 per cent in its period-on-period sales.
But the title's increasing subscriptions base means its overall drop is unlikely to be drastically below the 171,038 August ABCs figure.
The National Magazine Company's recently re-launched She is expected to reveal increases in line with its 150,000-plus target and Haymarket Publishing's Eve will record a modest increase in circulation.
Conde Nast's Glamour will record a fall in sales, its second successive decline after a 1.7 per cent period-on-period decrease in the last ABCs.
Emap's women's weekly, Grazia, will reveal a modest increase on August's 155,157 figure. Closer and Heat will also report increases.
Emap's men's monthly FHM is expected to record a year-on-year decline of slightly more than 5 per cent.
Dennis Publishing's Maxim will post an estimated 15 per cent year-on-year drop. IPC Media's Loaded will be up about 5 per cent year on year.
The men's weeklies, IPC's Nuts and Emap's Zoo, are believed to be reporting increases of around 10 per cent.