WORLD soccer's greatest prize will be fought out between the glamour boys from the Italian league and the samba kings of Brazil at the Rose Bowl Stadium tomorrow morning (Hong Kong time). Across the world Brazil are overwhelming favourites to take their fourth World Cup but what do Hong Kong's local personalities think. Mick Aitkin, director of development services of the Sports Development Board: ''I have to fancy Italy but much of it depends on Roberto Baggio. If Roberto plays I think Italy will win 2-1. Brazil to win 2-1 if there's no Baggio.'' Kevin Livesey, former Hong Kong national tennis coach and chairman of Asian Pro; ex-Blackburn Rovers youth player: ''I'd like to see Brazil win it. They show a lot more skill and cohesion and they don't look like they have had much trouble so far.'' Major General Guy Watkins, chief executive of the Royal Hong Kong Jockey Club: I think Brazil will win. They have that extra bit of flair and invention. I'd say 2-1 to Brazil.'' Lincoln Venancio, group managing director of sports marketing company, Spectrum: ''Of course it will be Brazil, my homeland. Romario and Bebeto are the greatest strike force of USA '94. Brazil 3, Italy 1.'' Commonwealth fencing champion Wong Tsan: ''I've always been a fan of Brazil and I think it's pay-back day for Brazil. Italy have been riding their luck and I think their luck will now run out. Brazil 2, Italy 1.'' Ugo Conta, president of the Hong Kong Judo Federation: ''Italy, of course, and I'm not saying that because I'm Italian! Roberto Baggio is quite an important part of the team but even if he doesn't play, they still have a good chance. Italy 2, Brazil 1.'' Lawrence Yu Kam-kay, former Hong Kong Football Association chairman and a Brazilian soccer fanatic: ''Brazil have waited so long for this moment - 24 years. It would be a great disappointment to the world if they don't win it. Look at how they have progressed. Were they ever really troubled? Not really. Brazil 3, Italy 1.''