The Reds skipper will hit the five-century mark is he features for Brendan Rodgers’ men against West Brom this afternoon.
The veteran playmaker had high hopes of winning the FA Cup with the Merseyside outfit in his final campaign in England, but his side were eliminated from the competition by Aston Villa last weekend.
It appears that Gerrard is set to reach one last milestone before leaving the Premier League, with an appearance against West Brom this afternoon set to be his 500th in the English top flight.
499 - Steven Gerrard will become the 12th player to make 500 @PremierLeague appearances, should he play this weekend. Landmark.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) April 24, 2015
The Merseyside hero would only be the 12th player to reach this landmark.
Ryan Giggs lead the tally with 632 games, while Jamie Carragher’s Liverpool record of 508 outings is set to remain a Liverpool record.
Gerrard’s influence over the Anfield outfit has not be as evident in recent months, with the veteran midfielder starting to show signs that age is catching up with him.
It is expected that Jordan Henderson, who signed a new five-year deal with Liverpool this week, will take over as the club’s captain and driving force from the centre of the park when Gerrard departs.