Australia may not have won in Auckland against the All Blacks since 1986, but they believe they can storm the New Zealand fortress to claim a win and give themselves a mathematical chance of claiming the Championship.
The motivation provided by the frustration of the time-wasting call against first five-eighths Bernard Foley in the final moments of the Test was another factor they could employ.
Foley may have been the man in the hot seat when referee Mathieu Raynal made his time-wasting decision, but the Wallabies preferred to remember his earlier contribution, not only in running the game but also settling the side down while they faced a 13-31 deficit.
Prop Allan Alaalatoa told rugby.com.au Foley was 'awesome' when they were under the goalposts at 13-31. He had calmed the players down.
"We didn't want to steer away from our game plan. We wanted to take it to them. That moment was huge for us because it was [a] turning point. Having that calm, experienced message was awesome.
"He was just staying to keep having that belief, not go out from our game plan, and not go from our system and try and pull something out. The boys stuck to the game plan, and really gave us an opportunity to win."
Alaalatoa said Raynal's controversial ruling had resulted in the Australians changing their decision-making process.
Getting a clear call and executing it straight away was the lesson from the incident.
Centre Lalakai Foketi said: "Out there, there was no feeling of disbelief or thought the All Blacks were going to run away with it.
"It was just the belief and the leaders, especially Nard [Foley] coming in, staying controlled, and giving us our next role. I felt like we were still in good stead to keep doing what we were doing and keep in the game."