It was Australia's turn to take a dig at "defensive" India after the tourists batted themselves to safety on the fourth day of the third Test here on Saturday.
Australian vice-captain Michael Clarke, who hit a patient 112 in Australia's first innings total of 577, said his side will go all out to force a win as they had sensed panic in the opposition camp.
"Only one team will play for a win tomorrow and that's Australia," declared Clarke after the day's play that saw India finish on 43-2.
Clarke, 27, said the decision of the hosts to send Ishant Sharma as nightwatchman was "pretty defensive".
"We will try and take a couple of wickets early tomorrow and try to win the game," he said.
"We will be attacking in our approach. We hope there is more inconsistent bounce for our fast bowlers. We are not thinking about what target they will set. We will bowl them out."
Clarke was probably drawing confidence from the Adelaide Test against England in 2006 which Australia won by six wickets in a similar scenario.
Clarke also said the team had not been daunted by India's massive first innings score of 613-7 declared.
"We knew we could score whatever the target. We have a very good batting line-up. We had a chat among the senior players ahead of this game about standing up and taking responsibilities.
"When they put 600-odd on the board, we knew we would have to bat well. It was crucial for us to bat as long as possible. Personally, it was very rewarding for me to score another century in India."
Clarke scored 151 on his Test debut against India in Bangalore in 2004 to announce his arrival on the big stage.