There may be a shortage of live football action at the moment, but that’s not to say the Chelsea players aren’t keeping themselves ticking over while the self-isolation period continues!

With the global coronavirus situation continuing and all football activity postponed until further notice, many players around the world have been taking to social media to conduct the ‘Stay at home challenge’, with several Blues also getting involved with the craze.

The instructions are simple. Grab a roll of toilet paper and do a number of kick-ups with said object before kicking it off to the side and nominating someone else.

It sounds easy, but it’s harder than it looks! Although perhaps not for our players, with the likes of Toni Rudiger, Mason Mount, Tammy Abraham, Reece James and Fikayo Tomori all showcasing their skills with ease.

Tammy Abraham

Fikayo Tomori

Reece James

The Blues are currently self-isolating following the news that Callum Hudson-Odoi tested positive for the COVID-19 virus recently. The England international is fully recovered from the illness and, like his team-mates, is working hard at home while the Blues await a return to training at Cobham.

The Premier League have postponed all fixtures until April 4th at present, with our Champions League second leg with Bayern Munich postponed earlier this week and Saturday’s FA Cup tie with Leicester also not taking place.

Don’t worry about not getting your football fix though, as we will be showing a rerun in full of a classic Chelsea fixture on The 5th Stand app whenever a match was supposed to be played. Also, what game is shown is totally down to you!

Check out the app and place your vote in our poll, with the winning fixture to be show in full on the app from 12.30pm on Saturday.