In Allardyce's absence, Ferguson and Shakespeare, who was at the helm for part of Leicester's Champions League run last term, are set to take charge of an inexperienced XI.
Harry Charsley and Fraser Hornby made their bows from the start, with Morgan Feeney impressive on his first start for the club.
"We have done that as such with some players getting their debuts".
With Big Sam watching from home ahead of Sunday's Merseyside derby, former Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare took the reins.
Joel Robles, Morgan Schneiderlin, Davy Klaassen, Muhamed Besic, Kevin Mirallas, Nikola Vlasic, Ademola Lookman and Beni Baningime are reportedly the only senior players involved, meaning there could be as many as eight debutants.
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In Nyon , UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin said the decision of UEFA's executive committee had been unanimous. However they said UEFA's decision "does not necessarily signify the end of the stadium project".
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With Everton already eliminated from the competition it seems to make sense to give young players a runout - and most Everton fans agree. There are high hopes at Finch Farm for the Bootle-born defender.
The Liverpool Echo has revealed that the 63-year-old will stay in the United Kingdom while the rest of the Toffees' squad fly out to take on Apollon Limassol in the last of their Group E matches. With defenders in short supply, he may be asked to fulfil a similar role at the Tsirio Stadium on Thursday evening.
Michael Collins - Eligible for England, Jamaica and the Republic of Ireland, pacy 17-year-old Collins has been a mainstay at centre-back for Everton Under-18s this campaign, but could play at left-back in Cyprus.
The chances of that record improving here appear slim given the under-strength squad sent out to Cyprus, and the attention being paid to Sunday's Merseyside derby at Anfield.