The Suzuki-Miyaura cross-coupling1 is an invaluable C-C bond-forming reaction, but it can be limited by the availability, isolation and stability of the boronate starting materials. This has led to the development of one-pot borylation/ Suzuki couplings to form sp2–sp2 C-C bonds, where the intermediate boronates are not isolated.2,3 Suzuki-Miyaura reactions are not limited to sp2–sp2 couplings and the one-pot strategy has not previously been applied to sp2–sp3 bond formations.