There is not enough information to determine your physical/logical design.
Generally speaking, you can use the "bandwidth xxxxx" and/or "delay xxxxx" statements under the interfaces that connect to the ISPs to select the preferred path. The larger the bandwidth, the more prefered the path is; the larger the delay, the less prefered the path is.
For you to do so (primary and backup EIGRP routes), you'll need the preferred route to have a lower metric than the backup route, accordingly in the case of EIGRP, you can use offset-list to increase the metric of the sent or received routes, in order to make sure that it will be backup for the preferred route.
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