The Blues will resume a tempestuous rivalry with the Yorkshire side, while the Gunners travel to the League One outfit and Paul Lambert returns to Carrow Road in the last eight
The Blues won 5-4 after extra-time at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday evening, after Eden hazard netted a 94th minute penalty to deny the Red Devils their place in the last eight.
Arsenal's reward for their own 120-minute win over Reading is a trip to the lowest ranked side left in the competition, Bradford after the Bantams defeated Wigan on penalties after a 0-0 draw on Tuesday night
Draw in full:
Leeds v Chelsea
Swansea v Middlesbrough
Norwich v Aston Villa
Bradford v Arsenal
More to follow...