Yes this can be done. You should create two serverfarms with rserver 192.168.1.80. One should have rserver listening on port 8000 and one should have rserver listening on port 8001.
Then you should classify condition based on http class map.
Class-map type http loadbalance match-all test
2 match http url /123
Class-map type http loadbalance match-all test1
2 match http url test.mydomain.com
Policy-map type loadbalance first-match URL
And then the usual configuration. I assume the above are not the actual domain names so be careful when defining conditions. The two conditions should not overlap or classification won't happen correctly.
So you will have one VIP which will be common for the domains but ACE will take loadbalancing action on the basis of layer 7 information which you have configured in two separate class maps and bound to a L7 policy map. An example below for you. It is just to give an idea. It's not similar but should give you an idea about the configuration.
If the requested URL is /login, then send to the LOGIN server, otherwise send to web farm.
access-list ANYONE line 10 extended permit tcp any any
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