No, the result is going to be different:
Males: 50% blue/ ino opaline; 50% blue spangle/ ino opaline
Females: 50 % albino; 50% albino spangle
The albino spangle is going to look just as a normal albino. we say that the ino gene is masking the spangle - it is there, but you can't see it. Masking is not the same as split.