Khano Smith and his New England Revolution team-mates could be set to play their CONCACAF Cup quarter-final in Bermuda.

The Revs are on tour here between February 20 and 24 with holiday packages, including two games in Bermuda, already being sold to fans in Boston.

One of the match-ups is against the Bermuda national team.

The other is simply advertises as a mystery opponent and adds, “you may be surprised.”

But the Revolution, who won a place in the prestigious CONCACAF Champions Cup — the equivalent of the European Champions League for the America's region - have been drawn to play an away leg against Costa Rican side LD Alajuelense on February 22.

Nobody from the Revs could be reached for comment yesterday, but a spokesman for TNT Vacations, the club's official travel agent, said the tour was definitely going ahead as planned and it had already started to sell $1,399 ticket packages, which include tickets to both games.

The fixture clash raises two possibilities—- either the Revs plan to send their second string to Bermuda for the tour or the Costa Rican outfit have agreed to play their home leg in Bermuda.

But it seems unlikely that the die-hard Revs fans who have shelled out upwards of $1,000 will be happy if the likes of Taylor Twellman and Shalrie Joseph do not travel to Bermuda.

Bermuda assistant boss Paul Scope said he was not sure what was happening.

But he said the national team would relish the chance to play against both LD Alajuelense and the Revs if the opportunity arose.