Former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is one of the latest footballers to throw himself into the managerial game. Taking the reigns at Rangers last summer, the 38-year-old has enjoyed a hugely successful tenure in charge of the Ibrox outfit so far and with the club currently sat second in the SPL - behind leaders Celtic by just six points - Rangers are in real contention of clinching their first league title since 2010-11.
Celtic once again find themselves in pole position to win their eighth successive league title, however with Gerrard's men hot on their heels and playing some fantastic football this time out, we could well see an upset on the cards come April. Just four defeats in the league all season has seen Rangers become one of the most consistent sides in the division this term, with their latest result coming in the form of a convincing 4-0 win at home to St Mirren on Saturday afternoon.
Steven Gerrard's side have been extremely tough to break down this season, conceding just 18 goals in their 24 outings so far. The Gers have kept nine clean sheets in the SPL, with two of those coming in their most recent two matches against Livingston and St Mirren, highlighting just how much Gerrard has tightened up their defence since arriving at the club six months ago.