Pat Cummins appeals unsuccessfully during the first day of the fifth Ashes Test match at the Oval cricket ground in London on Thursday. AP
The tourists won at Old Trafford last week to take a 2-1 lead in the five-match series, meaning they will retain the urn regardless of the result in London.
But Paine said his side were "very hungry" to complete the job.
To stand any chance of levelling the series, World Cup winners England will have to find a way to solve the riddle of the immovable Steve Smith, who has scored 671 runs in just five innings at an astonishing average of more than 134.
All-rounder Mitchell Marsh and seamer Peter Siddle have been brought in for the tourists, with batsman Travis Head and paceman Mitchell Starc missing out.
For England, Ben Stokes is playing as a specialist batsman due to a shoulder injury. All-rounders Sam Curran and Chris Woakes replace Jason Roy and Craig Overton.
"It's a little bit overcast," said Paine. "If it was sunny, we'd have had a bat but there's grass on the pitch and hopefully we can take advantage."
England captain Joe Root said he would have chosen to bat.
"It looks a good wicket," he said. "There is live grass so it might move around a little bit early on but it's dry underneath. We can't win the Ashes back this week but we can draw the series.
"There's plenty of incentive there and we'll do everything we can to win this game."
England: Rory Burns, Joe Denly, Joe Root (capt), Ben Stokes, Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler, Sam Curran, Chris Woakes, Jofra Archer, Stuart Broad, Jack Leach.
Australia: David Warner, Marcus Harris, Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith, Matthew Wade, Mitchell Marsh, Tim Paine (capt,wkt), Pat Cummins, Peter Siddle, Josh Hazlewood, Nathan Lyon.
Umpires: Marais Erasmus (RSA), Kumar Dharmasena (SRI)
TV umpire: Ruchira Palliyaguruge (SRI)
Match referee: Javagal Srinath (IND)
Root and tailender Ollie Robinson, 17 not out, were comfortable enough to take England past 400, though Australia was set to receive the new ball after two more overs.
Australia is chasing a target of 384 - 121 more than the ground record - after quickly dismissing England for 395 in the morning. There was still time for a swashbuckling six from Stuart Broad, who announced on Saturday night he is retiring from cricket after this match.
Broad, playing his final test, removed Todd Murphy and Alex Carey, both caught by wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow, to dismiss Australia for 334 and deny them their first Ashes win in England since 2001.
"I feel like I have been in so much control, my body is in a good place, my skills are as good as they have ever been. I don't feel like I'm bowling badly or am losing pace or that I am on the way out. I still feel I can offer a lot to this team," the pacer said.
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