Chelsea resisted Barcelona's impressive offensive to end up with a goaless draw. It will be the turn of the Blues to welcome the Blaugrana next week at London's Stamford Bridge in the second semi-final showdown.
Impressive Barcelona and their world-class offensive players face the solid Chelsea at Camp Nou for the first leg of the Champions League. The Spaniards are the only non-English team still fighting for the title.
Didier Drogba scored in the 84th minute to give Chelsea a 2-1 win over Arsenal at Wembley and a place in FA Cup final. The Blues will play the winners of Sunday's semi-final between Manchester United and Everton.
Liverpool came within inches of one of the greatest comebacks in football history before bowing out of the Champions League after a 4-4 draw at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea move on to a semi-final against Barcelona, who saw off Bayern Munich.
Liverpool and Bayern Munich will be hoping to produce the mother of all upsets as they take on Chelsea and Barcelona in the second leg of their quarter-final fixtures. The Reds lost 3-1 at Anfield, while Bayern trail Guardiola's men by four goals.
Barca, the 2006 Champions League winners, face Germany's Bayern Munich in a quarter-final clash at the Nou Camp, while Liverpool host Chelsea. The Blues having defeated the Reds at the same stage of the tournament last year.