Meanwhile, Killie have failed to pick up any points from their last six league matches, conceding 14 goals and scoring just twice.
Rangers have been rampant throughout this campaign as they march towards their first top-flight title since 2011, but a bad day at the office last weekend allowed Hamilton to come from behind and score a 95th-minute equaliser, snatching a precious point from the Gers.
Despite dropping two points, the result should not change the eventual destination of the Scottish Premiership crown as Rangers are 18 points clear of rivals Celtic, who won 4-0 away at St Mirren on Wednesday.
The Gers, who need just six more victories to clinch the title, remain on course to be crowned champions against their Glaswegian foes at Celtic Park, if both sides win all of their league matches heading into the Old Firm derby on March 21.
Rangers have an immaculate record at Ibrox this season, having won all 13 Scottish Premiership matches at home, scoring 39 goals and conceding just once.
The Gers have been victorious in four of their last five league meetings with Kilmarnock, including both of their encounters this campaign, winning 2-0 in August and 1-0 away from home in November.
Victory against Killie on Saturday and winning all of their remaining league matches this term would see Rangers accumulate a total of 106 points, which would equal the record set by Brendan Rodgers's Celtic team in 2016-17.
Allan Campbell's second-half strike proved to be enough to seal all three points for the visitors, inflicting a sixth straight league defeat on Killie and leaving them just one point above the bottom two.
Despite defeat, Wright took plenty of encouragement from their performance but hopes that his side can improve going forward as their efforts in the final third failed to test Steelmen stopper Liam Kelly.
Kilmarnock head into their encounter with Rangers having lost 23 of their last 29 top-flight matches against them, although Saturday's fixture will be nearly a year to the day since they defeated Gerrard's men last season, recording a 2-1 victory at Rugby Park.
A surprise triumph against the Gers would see Kilmarnock remain in 10th, but they could move four points clear of Ross County, who are one place below them, if they were to lose against Hibernian.
Rangers Scottish Premiership form: WDWWWD
Kilmarnock Scottish Premiership form: LLLLLL
Colombian striker Alfredo Morelos is to serve the third and final game of his three-match ban this weekend, while Kemar Roofe was given a two-game ban by the Scottish FA on Wednesday after he was found guilty of serious foul play for a tackle made on St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson.
Rangers possible starting lineup:
McGregor; Tavernier, Goldson, Helander, Barisic; Davies, Jack, Aribo; Hagi, Itten, Kent
Kilmarnock possible starting lineup:
Doyle; McGowan, Dikamona, Medley, Haunstrup; Burke, Power, Dicker, McKenzie; Kabamba, Whitehall
We say: Rangers 3-0 Kilmarnock
Rangers will want to bounce back from the draw at Hamilton and head into Thursday's Europa League tie with Royal Antwerp with a positive result from their game against Kilmarnock.
Gerrard's men have looked unstoppable at home this campaign and with his side facing one of the league's most out-of-form outfits, we expect the Gers to cruise to a comfortable victory on Saturday.