- Chelsea look to bounce back from humiliation by Bradford City in the F.A. Cup Fourth Round
- Brendan Rodgers is pursuing his first piece of silverware as Liverpool boss
- Scores level 1-1 on aggregate after first leg at Anfield
Both sides will be hoping to secure a place at Wembley this Tuesday having drawn the first leg 1-1.
Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho, believes the home advantage will work in their favour.
Brendan Rodgers, however, is confident that Liverpool are fully prepared for the challenge.
The winner will face either Tottenham Hotspur or Sheffield United in the final.