Steven Gerrard has a quarter of a century of games under his belt as Rangers boss.
The Glaswegian side host Stephen Robinson’s men at Ibrox on Sunday, looking to extend their unbeaten run in the league to five games.
Here’s what you need to know about the Gers.
Sunday’s showdown is the third game in just over a week for Rangers, who have had a busy start to the 2018/19 campaign.
The Ibrox outfit have played 27 games already, but have only lost four of those in all competitions.
Three of those defeats have fallen in their last seven domestic matches, losing to Livingston in the league, Aberdeen in the Betfred Cup semi final and Spartak Moscow in the Europa League.
Collecting clean sheets
Across the piece, one of the most improved areas of this Rangers side under Gerrard has been their defence.
The club have kept the back door shut in 40% of their matches, and have only conceded more than two goals on domestic duty on one occasion this season.
That came in dramatic style against none other than Stephen Robinson’s Motherwell.
In Alfredo Morelos, Rangers have one of the Premiership’s top scorers leading their attack.
The Colombian has been in hot form this season, scoring 13 goals and providing eight assists for his teammates.
Only Steven Naismith and Odsonne Edouard have more goals to their name in the league, but fall short of the Rangers striker’s tally in all competitions.
After being sent off for two yellow cards in their last outing at St Mirren, Rangers had hoped to win an appeal to have Daniel Candeias available for Sunday.
As it turned out, the Scottish FA threw out the claim on the basis his second yellow wasn’t a case of mistaken identity.