Eoin, 19, has scored five tries in his last six games for Leicester Tigers, who will face Newcastle Falcons in their final match of the season on Sunday.
The Lions’ prop has been named on the bench in both of Leicester’s wins this season, and he has scored eight tries in 11 games since his arrival from Leicester in 2016.
After the game, Leicester Tigers head coach Mike Gatting was asked about Eoin’s performances for the club.
“I’m really pleased to have him back.
He’s been a real asset for the Tigers this season,” he said.”
He’s played in a couple of great games, he’s been excellent in the halves, and I think the whole team is pleased to see him back in the line-up.”
Meanwhile, England flanker Tom Youngs is expected to miss Saturday’s match against New Zealand due to a thigh injury.
Youngs had not played since the defeat by Scotland in the Autumn Test in Cardiff on Sunday (14:45 GMT), but was not in the squad for the clash with the Falcons.
Young’s injury comes at a crucial time for England, who have been struggling to find their rhythm in the opening months of the tournament.
England have not won in five games since March, but they have managed only two wins in the past two weeks.