Steven Gerrard, appointed as Rangers manager in May 2018, led the club to a runners-up spot in the league in his first season.
Liverpool are chasing their first English top-flight title since 1990 and a victory over the Chelsea at Anfield would be a big step toward that dream.
Gerrard also faces the challenge of outfoxing his former manager at Liverpool in Celtic's Brendan Rodgers.
Steven Gerrard played for Premier League club Liverpool from 1998 to 2015 also captaining the side later in his career.
Steven Gerrard spent 17 years at his home-town club Liverpool, 12 as captain, and won seven major honours including the 2005 Champions League before finishing his career with an 18-month stint at LA Galaxy
Steven Gerrard spent his entire club career at Liverpool before moving to Los Angeles in 2015. In 34 appearances during an injury-plagued tenure with the Galaxy, Gerrard scored five goals with 14 assists.
Steven Gerrard is out of contract with Los Angeles Galaxy following the completion of the club's season last weekend in the Major League Soccer playoffs.
Steven Gerrard, 35, left Liverpool for Los Angeles Galaxy last year. he said he has had a talk with manager Jurgen Klopp and the club wants him to be part of coaching staff
Steven Gerrard is currently on a post-season break from his Los Angeles Galaxy commitments after joining the MLS club from Liverpool earlier this year.
Chelsea F.C. manager Jose Mourinho says Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard's claims that there was a rift between him and John Terry
Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard takes ex-teammate Raheem Sterling to task for failing to perform well against Juventus in Champions League, asks him to justify his high price
Former Liverpool F.C. captain Steven Gerrard stunned his fans back in January when he announced plans to move to Major League Soccer. He made 504 English Premier League appearances for the club.
Steven Gerrard's Los Angeles Galaxy and Frank Lampard's New York City FC meet in Carson on Sunday in a game being hyped as the most star-studded clash in MLS history, pitting two of the league's big-spending sides against each other.
Luis Suarez came out on top in a clash with former Liverpool team-mate Steven Gerrard, Galaxy's latest acquisition from Europe.
Steven Gerrard scored in the 37th minute during Los Angeles Galaxy's 5-2 win against San Jose Earthquakes.
Kaka, the former Milan and Real Madrid star edged Toronto's Sebastien Giovinco, the former Juventus striker from Italy on $7.115 million, while such high-profile new arrivals as England's Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard saw their compensation made public as well, the duo among 21 MLS players who will crack the $1 million mark this year.