Delhi's loss meant there is no change on the top of the points table as Mumbai Indians stay on top of the table with 14 points from 10 games.
Losing the toss, the KL Rahul-led side were sent to bat first.
KL Rahul scored 27 runs on Saturday as he strengthen his position at the top of the list of top run getters this season.
Meanwhile, Mandeep Singh opened for Kings XI Punjab against SunRisers Hyderabad and has unfortunately lost his wicket as well. As Chris Gayle came to bat at Number 3, a partnership started brewing between Rahul and Gayle, however, a ideal ball by Jason Holder resulted in the end of the innings for the Universe Boss. After that, there was no excitement left in Punjab's batting line-up. None of the other batsmen contributed in any way to the total.
In the next two overs, Jonny Bairstow hit two fours before he and Warner teamed up to hit four fours in the fifth and sixth over to take SRH past fifty at the end of the powerplay.
Sunrisers skipper David Warner signalled his intent immediately at the beginning of the chase, carving Mohammed Shami over cover for six in the first over and then repeating the maximum with a ruthless pull off Arshdeep Singh.
Sunrisers' scoring rate dried up immediately - and doubts started to creep in once Jordan leapt at mid-off to pouch Abdul Samad's leading edge and reduce them to 67-3. For Sunrisers, the likes of Rashid Khan, Jason Holder and Sandeep Sharma picked a couple of wickets each.
Vijay Shankar made 26, yet Sunrisers fell to pieces with Jordan - who also took a catch - and Arshdeep ripping through the order, while Bishnoi bowled as many as 14 dot balls.
SRH were 110/5 after the 18th over and needed 17 runs in the last two overs to cross the finish line. The otherwise free-stroking Pooran remained unbeaten on 32 oﬀ 28 balls (2x4), his watchful innings proving the difference.
Needing 127 runs to win, SRH were quick off the blocks as David Warner got going straightway.