You can advertise the same networks in both EIGRP as well as BGP. Assuming that the BGP is e-bgp, these routes will be preffered and link 1 will be used for routing. If it is i-bgp, the eigrp link would be used and you might have to decrease the admin distance for bgp (not advisable).
The second option would be to have static routes for the network installed with a admin distance higher than BGP. this can be achieved by,
These routes will be kicked in the routing table if the BGP routes fail.
The best solution though would be to run bgpover both links and use MED/local pref to load-balance / backup.
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