Our FA Cup quarter-final tie with Leicester City will take place on Saturday 21 March.
In a repeat of the league meeting in the East Midlands last month, kick-off at the King Power Stadium will be at 12.30pm. The game will be broadcast live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate.
Ticket details will be announced in due course.
The four FA Cup quarter-final ties are all televised:
Saturday 21 March
Leicester City v Chelsea (12.30pm) – Live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport UltimateNewcastle United v Manchester City (7pm) – Live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer
Sunday 22 March
Sheffield United v Arsenal (1.30pm) – Live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport UltimateNorwich City v Manchester United (4.30pm) – Live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer
Frank Lampard's side have made it this far in the competition thanks to wins over Nottingham Forest and Liverpool at home, and sandwiched between those, Hull City away.
Leicester beat Birmingham City 1-0 at home on Wednesday evening to reach the quarter-finals, having overcome Brentford away and Wigan at home in the previous rounds. Both Premier League games between Chelsea and Leicester this season ended in draws.
We have a good record against the Foxes in the FA Cup, having progressed on each occasion we have been drawn against each other. Most recently we won at the same stage of the competition two seasons ago on the way to lifting the trophy with Alvaro Morata and Pedro on target at the King Power in a 2-1 win.
We also played in the quarter-finals in 2012, yet again an FA Cup-winning season. The Blues won 5-2 at home with Fernando Torres scoring twice.
It was a fourth round win in 2000, thanks to goals at Stamford Bridge from Gustavo Poyet and George Weah, and sure enough, we won the FA Cup that year too, as we did in 1997. And yes, Leicester were part of that run as well! It was in the fifth round which needed a replay and a Frank Leboeuf penalty to decide it.
Our first FA Cup meeting was in the season after the Second World War when ties were played over two legs. In the third round, Tommy Lawton was among the scorers when we won 3-1 on aggregate across the two games.