The Hammers beat AFC Bournemouth 4-0 at home in their first match under their new manager on Wednesday evening.
Two of their main attackers impressed against the Cherries.
West Ham's first home clean sheet since Gameweek 6 has also coincided with the recent return of Lukasz Fabianski (£4.9m).
The Pole has produced 14 points in the last two Gameweeks since recovering from injury.
Fabianski’s average of 5.1 points per match this season is more than any other regular goalkeeper in FPL.
And their schedule on either side of that Double Gameweek further lifts their potential for points.
While many managers will be looking to load up on their three-player quota of Liverpool assets, West Ham have been largely overlooked.
Fabianski, Anderson and Haller are each found in under three per cent of squads.
That pinpoints their appeal as big FPL differentials under Moyes in the short term.