1. NBC Sports and the Premier League will hold the first two-day “Premier League Mornings Live” March 30-31 in Boston.
Saturday-Sunday fan festival will take place at the Cask ‘n Flagon sports bar across the street from Fenway Park, home of the Red Sox. Lansdowne Street will be closed to vehicle traffic and open
to fans, serving as a special outdoor viewing venue with EPL-themed activities, giveaways and food. 2. Sebastian Soto scored
his 14th goal in 20 games for Hannover 96's U-19s in a 2-1 loss to St. Pauli
in the Germany's U19 Bundesliga. Soto, the top scorer in the 2017-18 Development Academy's U-18/19 age group for
Real Salt Lake, recently trained with Hannover 96's first team. The club is facing relegation to the German second division and has been looking at young players. Fellow U.S. U-20 Chris Gloster, who
has been playing with Hannover 96's U-23s, also trained with the first team last week. 3. Four Vancouver Whitecaps players are in
the Canada roster for the decisive Concacaf Nations League qualifier
against French Guiana March 24 at Vancouver's BC Place Stadium. Maxime Crepeau, Derek Cornelius, Doneil Henry and Russell
Teibert will be joined by 18-year-old Alphonso Davies in his first game back since joining Bayern Munich from the 'Caps. Three other teenagers are in the Canada team: Jonathan Davies (Gent), Liam
Millar (Kilmarnock) and Ballou Tabla (Albacete). The top 10 teams in Nations League qualifying will play in this year's Gold Cup, and the competition will seed Concacaf teams for the tiers of the
Nations League, which begins in September.