Chelsea will play either the winner of the Asian Champions League or Mexican side Monterrey in the semi-finals of December's Club World Cup in Japan, after the draw for the tournament was made by FIFA on Monday.
The team representing Asia in the annual intercontinental competition will not be known until the final of the Asian Champions League on November 10.
The other quarter-final will be contested by the champion of Africa and the winner of a play-off between Oceania champion Auckland City of New Zealand and the winner of Japan's national football championship.
The winner of that encounter will tackle South American champion Corinthians in the other semi-final.
Chelsea qualified for the tournament by beating Bayern Munich on penalties in May's UEFA Champions League final and Roberto di Matteo's side will be seeking to succeed Barcelona as World Club champion.
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Central Coast Mariners will have to do what it has failed to do in its ACL campaign to date to reach the quarter-finals - score at least two goals in a match.