Western Sydney Wanderers defeated Bankstown Berries on Wednesday as the two sides continue preparations for their respective FFA Cup ties.
The Wanderers are away to NPL Victoria side Bentleigh Greens next week in the Round of 16 of the competition.
Bankstown, meanwhile, face Wanderers' rivals and reigning A-League champions Sydney FC for a spot in the quarter finals of the FFA Cup.
In the behind closed doors friendly between the Wanderers and Berries at Leichhardt Oval, it was the A-League side who came out on top 2-0.
Keanu Baccus opened the scoring in the second half, with the Berries doing well to hold out the Wanderers for 78 minutes of the match.
Mark Bridge made it 2-0 in the 86th minute to give the Wanderers some breathing room, as they held on to their two-goal advantage.
The FFA Cup Round of 16 continues on Tuesday, August 29.