That total was also enough to establish him as the new overall leader in Fantasy.
Having scored 79 points over the opening weekend, Harvey’s squad now sits 12 points ahead of his nearest rival at the summit of the FPL rankings.
The achievement is all the more impressive given that he has opted to ignore this season’s most popular FPL target, as there is currently no place for Manchester United’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic (£11.6million) in his squad.
Harvey’s Gameweek 2 total was gathered without the Swedish striker’s two goals and 13-point haul in Friday evening's victory over Southampton.
Instead, he has relied on Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero (£13.1m) as his captain over both Gameweeks, supplementing his goals with able support from Burnley’s Andre Gray (£6.5m) and Middlesbrough’s Alvaro Negredo (£6.7m).
Harvey has also shown commendable insight with his midfield selections.
But it was Harvey’s defence that steered him to Gameweek 2 glory.
Kyle Walker (£5.6m) doubled his coverage of the Spurs clean sheet against Crystal Palace, with Manchester United’s Luke Shaw (£5.6m) and Sunderland’s Patrick van Aanholt (£5.0m) completing a pricey back line.
That formidable five-man defence came into its own in Gameweek 2 as Harvey played his Bench Boost chip, earning 18 additional points from defenders, plus 10 points from Burnley’s Tom Heaton (£4.5m).
Despite Stoke City’s Xherdan Shaqiri (£6.5m) missing out against Manchester City, Harvey’s Bench Boost was the most effective chip played in Gameweek 2, propelling his squad to the weekly prize and the top spot overall.
At the other end of the spectrum, Alex Leeman’s 'Goldilocks' squad suffered a punishing weekend.
His decision to bench Manchester City pair Aguero and Nolito (£8.9m), along with Hull City’s Eldin Jakupovic (£4.0m) and Curtis Davies (£5.0m), saw him miss out on 45 points from his bench – the biggest total left in reserve in Gameweek 2.