I find I can nurse niggles through most distances up to 10 miles but beyond that the odds are stacked against. Marathons tend to cause damage, without starting with something amiss already. I wouldn't do a marathon unless completely niggle free.
Rest. No question. Any runnign you do now won't improve your time on the day at this point in proceedings so rest and eat carbs. Enjoy
cheers, as I posted on the other forum, its raining too - so backing away from the risk of a cold and an injury!
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