Spurs made it through to the last four after beating Millwall 6-0 at White Hart Lane yesterday, while Arsenal overcame non-league outfit Lincoln on Saturday.
The draw is set to start around 9.45pm GMT.
Not because he fears Arsene Wenger's side, but because he would love to see a first-ever FA Cup final between the north London rivals.
"There had been Arsenal semi-finals before but there has never been a Spurs Arsenal final", he said on talkSPORT.
Will we be certain of the four remaining teams?
It will be hosted in the TV studio at Stamford Bridge by BT Sport presenter Jake Humphrey, with ex-Chelsea player-manager Ruud Gullit and former United defender Phil Neville drawing the balls.
Winners of the semi-final will receive £900,000 prize money whilst the losers will pocket half of that figure.
Chelsea and Manchester United face each other in the final quarter-final clash on Monday night to decide the fourth team in the semi-finals. If the favorites for each tie - Chelsea, Manchester City, Tottenham, and Arsenal - win, four of the top-five teams in the league table as it stands now will be in the last four. Among the five presently alive in the competition, they have won the FA Cup a combined 44 times including 12 of the last 15.
The games will be held at Wembley on April 22 and April 23.