As the double is impossible, both Hassan and Klosterhalfen will announce at short notice whether they start in the 5000m or the 1500m. I still hope Hassan will run the 1500m/10k.
With Dibaba out, the top 5 are probably Hassan, Muir, Kipyegon, Houlihan, Klosterhalfen. Tsegay, Arafi and Embaye have run fast times in paced races but they seem rather weak finishers in championship races and overall were better early in the season. So before them I'd put Simpson, Chebet and Debues-Stafford who are all good finishers.
If Hassan goes for the 1500, she must be considered favorite. Muir had an injury, also Kipyegon, otherwise I'd put them next (or first, if Hassan doesn't run). For Houlihan it is almost impossible to tell; she was good, not great in Stanford and this was almost 3 months ago. Klosterhalfen might opt for the 5000 (where she has better chances, I think) but the Zurich race showed that she is in good shape, can finish faster than before (although not quite as fast as the best) and she would be a contender in a fast race. Simpson is always dangerous in championship style races although got clearly dropped in Zurich. Debues-Stafford has raced a lot and improved a lot but I don't think she is quite up there yet, even in a slowish race there are at least 3 who'd outkick her (like Muir, Houlihan, Kipyegon)