Terry has been sensational at the heart of the Blues defence this season and took his tally to eight for the campaign as he broke the deadlock early on.
Gerrard claimed a point for his beloved Reds with a header at the other end to score on what looks likely to be his last appearance against Chelsea before moving to LA Galaxy this summer.
Jose Mourinho was happy with the point, after admitting clinching the title last week played a part in a subdued performance. He said: "(It) was a good performance if you understand the circumstances.
"The team that is champions in the last weekend, it is normal that you lose your intensity of your mental approach but we worked hard to have players at a positive level and we were competing for a result."
Tall Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek was handed his full Premier League debut in the centre of the park in place of the injured Oscar.
And he can expect to get more minutes under his belt in Chelsea’s penultimate game at West Brom, with Mourinho also pledging to give others an opportunity at the Hawthorns.
He said: “In the last game I will play the players with the most minutes in the Premier League, against West Brom, especially because they are safe and nobody is waiting for a result
“He [Ruben] will play and probably Nathan Ake, who deserves to play. Izzy Brown came from West Brom so it will be special for him to play at his house, they all deserve it.”