It has now been a good few days without any Premier League action, but there is still a while to go until the league is back up and running.
While the initial plan was for fixtures to resume on April 4th, the Premier League announced on Thursday that there will now be no fixtures until at least April 30th.
However, the league have announced their intentions to finish the season with the FA lifting restrictions on the campaign finishing before June 1st.
When the league does eventually resume, Chelsea will be looking to solidify their place in the top four places of the table.
While there is no football going on on the pitch, there is still plenty of news from around Stamford Bridge. Take a look at the latest below:
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What Premier League postponement means for the Blues
The Premier League announced on Thursday that they are extending the Postponement of fixtures amid the coronavirus outbreak.
In a statement on their official website the league said that games will not now be played until at least April 30th, three and a half weeks longer than their originally planned date of April 4th.
So what does that further delay mean for Frank Lampard’s team?
Find out here .
Pulisic’s TikTok introduction
Given the postponements of games, Chelsea players have found themselves with extra time on their hands.
The squad are also in self-isolation after it was confirmed last week that Blues’ winger Callum Hudson-Odoi had been diagnosed with the virus.
Players have been given tailored fitness plans to carry out during their time in quarantine, but members of the squad have also been honing their skills by completing the stay at home challenge on social media.
Pulisic decided to show his skills in his first post on social media platform, but it didn’t quite go to plan.
Read about it here .