In-form Women's Championship leaders Leicester City will travel to the Women's Super League's winless, bottom club Bristol City as the two sides bid for a place in the League Cup final, after Sunday's draw for the semi-finals saw them avoid potentially tougher ties. Manchester City and holders Chelsea will meet in their delayed quarter-final at the Academy Stadium on Wednesday and they have fallen in the other half of the draw. The winner of that time will host either West Ham United or second-tier Durham - who play on Thursday - in the other semi-final. Only Chelsea, Manchester City and five-time winners Arsenal have ever lifted this cup. Arsenal were knocked out in this season's group stage. Leicester, who are in the semi-finals for the first time, were 1-0 winners at Crystal Palace in the last eight on Thursday. They then claimed a priceless 2-1 away win at managerless Liverpool on Sunday, to stay three points clear at the top of the second tier and boost their hopes of promotion to the WSL.