Two persons are in a difficult situation, and one of them says to the other that because of her, they haven't been able to anticpate this difficult situation.
Is this sentence correct:
"Whose fault is it if we’re unable to anticipate?"
Or is this one correct: (I removed the "if")
"Whose fault is it we’re unable to anticipate?"
— Here we go again! You see, that’s why I asked you to dig, we could have avoided that if you’d done your job properly!
— Are you going to blame me?
— You bet I am! Whose fault is it [if] we’re unable to anticipate?