Opening batsman Virender Sehwag has called on India to produce a ruthless performance in the second Test against Bangladesh, starting in Dhaka on Sunday.
India, the International Cricket Council's top-ranked Test team, eased to a 113-run victory in the series opener in Chittagong despite almost a full day being lost to bad light and fog.
Sehwag, who led the side after Mahendra Singh Dhoni was ruled out due to back spasms, had watched his team throw away a strong start and slip to a below-par total in the first innings.
Bangladesh matched that total in reply but a solid batting display in the second innings and an impressive performance from the bowlers helped the visitors prevail.
"We are the number one side at the moment and if we are to stay at the top (of the ICC rankings) we have got to keep playing well," Sehwag said.
"We have to play good cricket and it won't matter if we do outstandingly well in either the batting, bowling or fielding.
"We have to do well in all three departments and if we do that, we will surely win."
Dhoni is expected to return in Dhaka but India will be without experienced middle-order batsman VVS Laxman (hand injury) and seam bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth (thigh strain) as they bid to complete a 2-0 whitewash.
Laxman required 10 stitches when he dropped a slip chance to dismiss Shahriar Nafees in Bangladesh's second innings on the final day in Chittagong.
Murali Vijay is the back-up batsman in the squad and, although an opener by trade, should slot in at number six - allowing Yuvraj Singh to move up one place in the order to fill Laxman's usual spot.
Off-spinner Harbhajan Singh is available after a neck problem and is likely to replace Sreesanth in the starting line-up with the tourists set to abandon their three-man seam attack in favour of two spinners, Amit Mishra and Harbhajan, on a pitch expected to offer little pace or bounce.
Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan, meanwhile, admits his batsmen need to improve.
"We have to improve our batting and catching," he said. "We played too many shots away from the body and the application wasn't good either."
The Tigers' Australian coach Jamie Siddons echoed the thoughts of his skipper.
"The top order needs to step up," said Siddons. "If we can bat the first 30 overs well, I am sure this team is capable of posting good totals."
Bangladesh (from): S Al Hasan (c), M Rahim (wkt), T Iqbal, I Kayes, J Siddique, M Ashraful, R Hasan, Mahmudullah, S Nafees, S Hossain, R Hossain, E Haque Jnr, M Alam, S Islam
India (from): MS Dhoni (capt, wkt), G Gambhir, R Dravid, S Tendulkar, Y Singh, H Singh, Z Khan, A Mishra, P Ojha, I Sharma, M Vijay, D Karthik (wkt), S Tyagi