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.