The tourists will resume on the final day of the first Test at 9-232 in their second innings, leading by only 40 runs with one wicket in hand.
Allrounder Moises Henriques is on 75 with No.11 Nathan Lyon on eight.
Jadeja says while the pitch is wearing and favouring spin, Australia's shot-making has been a major factor in dismissals.
"The difference between the English batsmen (who beat India 2-1 in December) and the Australians is the English guys are a lot more patient," Jadeja told reporters on Monday night.
"If we bowl maidens to the Australians, they have an ego.
"If we contain them for four overs, we feel like they will play a rash shot.
"That's what we're expecting from them."
No.6 batsman Matthew Wade was bowled in eight by spinner Harbhajan Singh after missing with an ambitious slog-sweep shot on Monday.
However it could be argued the super-confident Virat Kohli (107) -- going through with the stroke despite not being to the pitch of the ball -- played a rash shot with a mis-timed slog to mid-on from the bowling of offspinner Nathan Lyon during India's first innings.