The game will be a repeat of the 2022 final when City beat Chelsea 3-1 at Plough Lane to win the trophy for a fourth time.
Played at the Joie Stadium, the semi-final will be played on either Wednesday 6 and Thursday 7 March.
The final itself will be played on Sunday 31 March at Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Molineux Stadium.
Chelsea have lost just once this season but needed a 96th minute equaliser to snatch a 1-1 draw against City in October, when we also received two red cards.
The tie will be decided on the night, with extra time and penalties should the game finish level after 90 minutes.
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