• ‘The new, raw athletes are scary,’ says Briton before Wednesday’s heats
• Farah would be surprised if team-mate Andy Butchart won a medal
Mo Farah believes his big-race experience will carry his battered and bloodied body to yet another world title in the 5,000m – but admits he will again be looking over his shoulder at the brilliant young Ugandan Joshua Cheptegei, who ran him so close in Friday’s 10,000m final.
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