Delhi Daredevils seem to have lost steam at the right juncture of the tournament with nothing going their way. Rising Pune Supergiants, who are out of play-off contention defeated Delhi by 19 runs via Duckworth-Lewis method in a rain-curtailed game in Visakhapatnam. (Match Report | Highlights)Put in to bat, Delhi got off to a jittery start and continued to lose wickets at regular intervals, but managed to put up 121/6 riding on the knocks from Karun Nair (41) and Chris Morris (38).Pune were off to a steady start through openers Ajinkya Rahane and Usman Khawaja before rain stopped play in the 11th over. Steady drizzle continued forcing the play to be called off.However, skipper Zaheer Khan is still optimistic of Delhi making it to the play-offs with two must-win games remaining.”We just have to turn up in the next game and go for it. The equation is simplified for us – two out of two.”We are still not in a bad position, if we win two out of two we might end up in the top two,” Zaheer said.