Appearing alongside him against England will be familiar faces in Rory Lawson and Akapusi Qera as well as former Gloucester team mate Iain Balshaw.
Tindall is obviously looking forward to taking on some of his former England team mates at Twickenham on Sunday but is also hoping to feature at some point against Ireland on Tuesday.
"Ideally I would love to be involved on Tuesday night as well. It's amazing to be playing on Sunday, but Gloucester's still my home and it's always fantastic to play in front of the Shed.
"So hopefully I can have a little runout and be involved somewhere along the line.
"Playing at Kingsholm is always special. These three games sum up my three favourite places to play: Twickenham is special, when you've played for England as long as I was fortunate enough to do.
"Then Kingsholm is just something else, it's been great for the last seven years.
"And then Cardiff, that's probably one of the best places to play rugby in the world, a great stadium with a great atmosphere.
"So, in six days it will be three good spectacles, and I consider myself very lucky to have that chance."