The teams, since 2016, have met three times at the final stage with the league leaders coming out victors on each occasion.
As a possible boost to the Dons, the last time they met Celtic outwith a final in a cup competition they won 2-1 at Celtic Park on their way to the 2014 Scottish Cup semi final.
Aberdeen have reached this stage having seen off third-tier Stenhousemuir after replay, Queen of the South then Rangers, again after a replay.
Celtic, meanwhile, have defeated Aidrieonians, St Johnstone and Hibernian without conceding a goal.
Here’s what fans need to know about the Hampden clash:
When is the game?
Sunday, 14 April.
What time is kick-off?
The second semi-final clash is at 2pm at the national stadium.
Is the game live on TV?
Yes. Those unable to get their hands on a ticket or can’t make the fixture can see it live but will require a subscription...
What channel is it on?
In November last year the Scottish FA agreed a new £20million six-year deal with BBC Scotland and Premier Sports to broadcast the competition.
However, unlike Hearts v Inverness CT, this semi final is only available on Premier Sports 1 - a pay subscription channel.
What time does coverage start?
Fans will get 30 minutes of build up with the programme starting at 1.30pm.
Celtic are 4/9 favourites to win the trophy with Aberdeen out at 5/1, according to cup sponsors William Hill.
For the match itself: Aberdeen 5/1 Draw 13/5 Celtic 8/15.